A painted limestone relief of a crocodile with a fish in its mouth. From Deir el-Bahari, Egypt, c. 2000 BCE.

The Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum is dedicated to the study and care of artifacts from the ancient world.  To that end, the Museum Faculty Advisory Committee has developed Guidelines and Policies which outline our legal and ethical commitments.

Artifacts offered to the Museum for acquisition will be submitted to an extensive review process.  Please contact us for more information on this process.