Virtual exhibition about lighting in antiquity and its social problematics, by Christian Heinrich Wunderlich, Head of the laboratory of the Landesamt für Archäologie, Sachsen-Anhalt, Halle. (Website in German)
Ancient lamps. RomQ Reference Collection
A very interesting and complete introduction to ancient lamps.
A large section of the website of the Museo Civico « Carlo Verri », dedicated to the collection of ancient lamps (Biassono, Milan, Italy)
Oil Lamps from the Holy land.
An introduction about lychnology in the Holy land based on artefacts from the Adler collection.
The Petrie Museum at the University College London.
More than 700 lamps from Egyptto be seenusing the UCL Petrie Collection Online Catalogue
The Nakayama & Orsetti ancient lamps museum.
A digital version of the catalogue of the Tokyo-based collection, prefaced and supervised by D.M. Bailey
The Kobe lamp museum.
Website of a huge japanese museum dedicated to lamps through history (in Japanese).
An excellent survey of non-electric lighting through the 19th century, by Ara Kebapcioglu. (website in French, German, English and Turkish)
The Korean lamp (Deung-jan) museum’s official website : virtual tours, images and much more…
A huge lamp museum opened in Bruges (Belgium).