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Marwa Abdel Razek Mahmoud Badreldin

The Egyptian Museum

Head of Registration, Collection Management and Documentation

Country: Egypt


Marwa began at the Egyptian Museum as a registrar. In 2013 she became a Deputy Head Registrar and in 2014 she was the acting head of the registrars team. In June 2016 she took on the position the Head of the Registration Collection Management and Documentation Department (RCMDD) in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Marwa and her team are currently adding all Egyptian Museum objects on their new database, KeEmu, including objects moving to the Grand Egyptian Museum and National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation.

In 2015 Marwa gained an MA from the Faculty of Archaeology at Cairo University on the Ba Houses in Ancient Egypt and in 2016 embarked upon a PhD, a publication and study of the female figurines “Concubines” at the Egyptian Museum.

In 2017 Marwa received a scholarship to travel to Berlin State Museum from April – June.

At the British Museum
During her time on the International Training Programme in 2012, Marwa was based in the Department of Egypt and Sudan and her partner placement was spent at Glasgow Museums.

Marwa’s exhibition project proposal was entitled Ba Houses in Ancient Egypt.

Continued Dialogue
Marwa attended an Egyptian ITP Fellow reunion held at the British Embassy in Cairo, in April 2018.

In 2019 Marwa was awarded an ITP Conference Grant to attend the 20th CRE (Current Research in Egyptology) symposium at Alcala University, Spain.

ITP Newsletter Publication
ITP Newsletter Issue 1 (2013), Collections in focus: Statue of Amenhotep II with the goddess Meretseger
ITP Newsletter Issue 2 (2015), Collections in focus: Colossal statue of Amenhotep III and his wife Queen Tiye
ITP Newsletter Issue 3 (2016), Collections in focus: The houses of the ba in ancient Egypt