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Denise Canal Oct 15
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sketchinthebm Oct 15
I went back the day after that in order to sketch this. Thanks, , for having such a beautiful collection.
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Kofi Asamoah Oct 15
In a troubled generation, not even the dead has peace 🤣
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sketchinthebm Oct 15
A few months ago, I did this thing. And my favourite museum has become even more favouriter since then. Thank you for being such an great host, .
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Francesca Hillier Oct 11
Found this catalogue for windows during an office clear out - such beautiful and intricate designs.
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sue and spike Oct 15
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Bojita 18h
My love for museums will never die
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FamousPower Wynter ⭐ Oct 14
The UK is the greatest country in the world for knowledge and information,the British conquered 70% of the world,they stole the books and manuscripts of all the lands by order of the Popes who were nothing more than mafia bosses!..
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Camellia's Tea House Oct 15
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THAT_Muse_ 21h
Artemisia, wife of Mausolus, mourned him by drinking his ashes & building the Mausoleum of Halikarnassos.
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standawhile Oct 12
Top tip. There's an entrance to the round the back in Montague Place where there's hardly any queue to get in.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Oct 11
An double-headed serpent. Composed of mostly turquoise pieces applied to a wood base, it is one of nine mosaics of similar material in the .
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V Gopalan Oct 15
What is the connect between the EXTREMELY rare 3-legged dance Teacher Rishi Bhringi sculpture at Lepakshi & d Shiva Parvathi sculpture in London? Read d note & Zoom in to c d details in d sculptures! If anyone has seen Bhringi sculpture anywhere pl let me know
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Travelhouseuk Oct 14
Head over to the to catch a sight of this 500-yeard-old world's first travel guide. You'll also have the pleasure of looking at the first-ever printed map!🤩 ✈️
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William H L Edgill 17h
The this afternoon in all its glory one of the in
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Hilary Lewis Ruttley 20h
Join me Saturday 2nd November Exhibit room 42 at 1:15pm to explore “Traveling with the Vine Leaf: Dionysos, arabesque and alborello”
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Paul Howard Davies Oct 16
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Aisha Cahn Oct 16
How the Islamic world influenced western art. Exhibition at the British Museum.
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Zee Zahnur Oct 15
'Cute' mummy in the British Museum
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Francisca Susi Oct 14
Oldie but goodie. Book of The Dead narrated by Tom Hiddleston via
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