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Cairo, A.R.E, National Egyptian Museum       CAI    (CESRAS photographs January, 2001

Odessa (Ukraine) Archaeological Museum    OAM    (CESRAS photographs of the full collection, 2000)

Kazan, R. F. National Museum of Tatarstan  KAZ    (CESRAS photographs of the full collection, 1998/99

Saqqara Museum, A.R.E                               SAQ    (CESRAS photographs January, 2001    

Voronezh, R. F.: Voronezh Art Museum       VOR    
(CESRAS photographs of the full collection, 1998


Outstanding private professional egyptological sites in the CESRAS network An outstanding photo documentation of Deir el-Medina by Lenka
(qualified egyptologist) and Andy (professional photographer) Peacock. (U.K.)

Websites and domains belonging to CESRAS:   Site of the CESRAS and RIEC Administration in Moscow == ( this CESRAS domain is reserved for an historical, educational project)
Iconographic Thesauri, Dr. Dr. Maya Müller (excellent scholarly site ****) (the Swiss egyptology domain ; a CESRAS reserve) Deir el-Medina, Lenka & Andy Peacock, London (excellent photo site****) "Cache of the Royal Mummies" (papers, photos: CESRAS and others****

Photo Collections (Flickr)  (CESRAS Photo Gallery)   (an open public CESRAS managed site)
Ibis head: coffin of Nesymut D21a,BeG:OAM71695                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         updated 24.05.13/ERL