A new tool on ushabtis.com for scholars and students to identify papyri in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

Previously, many papyri lacked descriptions and were difficult to view due to their height and reflections on the glass. Now, visitors can easily access detailed information about each papyrus on their smartphone.

Key benefits:
-Quick identification of papyri
-Information on ownership and provenance
-Clear view of details in the panorama view, regardless
of display position

This innovation makes ancient Egyptian writings more accessible, enriching the museum experience and deepening visitors’ understanding of this fascinating civilization.

See “Floor plan Papyri Egyptian Museum in Cairo (EMC)”

See also our database of papyrus scrolls: