Myriam KrutzschPapyrus conservatorÄgyptisches Museum, Berlin (Germany)


cMyriam Krutzch is papyrus conservator of the papyrology collection of the Egyptian Museum of Berlín (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz). She has extensive experience in the reconstruction and conservation of papyrus, paper and books. She has worked in collections from around the world and she has also collaborated with various archaeological missions in Egypt. As a member of the MKTP she will analyse the papyrus fragments found in the upper courtyard of the tomb of Henenu (TT 313) during the excavation of the last season.

Myriam has a wide teaching experience. She has taught courses on the conservation of papyrus, Folding techniques of ancient Egyptian texts and papyrus manufacture at institutions of Austria, Denmark, Germany, Israel, Japan, Poland, Spain, Switzerland and USA.