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British Museum Jun 12
This 2,300-year-old has a modern equivalent – what do you think it might have been used for? 🤔
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Queensland Museum Jun 11
For this week’s , who knows what’s in this jar. It was found in Egypt during 18–19th Dynasties.
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NorthLan Heritage Jun 12
time. Does anyone know what this tool is for? Please RT
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British Museum Jun 12
Replying to @LEGO_Group
Thanks for all your great guesses! This isn’t an early prototype – it’s a set of ancient Egyptian paint pots or ink wells made from stone 🎨🖌️
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Black Creek Village Jun 17
Good afternoon! This week's is in the spirit of the event we have this weekend, ! Do you know what this fascinating artifact is?
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🌷❤ Penélope ❤🌷 Jun 19
It's a cookie shot mold! 😄 It is! it is! And Tequila shots!!!!
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NFSAonline Jun 12
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_lison Jun 13
Replying to @MyFavMurder
She recognizes that she’s not at all compatible with this guy. But she has so many things that she loves about where she is, despite feeling trapped in this relationship. She mentions moving to to put space between herself and John.
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Scott Simmie Jun 13
Don’t eat that stuff.
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British Museum Jun 12
Replying to @LEGO_Group
It's certainly a tough today!🤔 Here's a hint that might help:
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NFSAonline Jun 20
What is our of the week?
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Faith Atheism Nub Jun 19
Women empowering site:If there is God should it be knowable & therefore be awe-less ordinary
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Queensland Museum Jun 18
Last week's revealed. This is a wine jar of Nedjmet 🍷🍇 The inscriptions on these jars claim that they were filled with Nile Delta wine. Wine was a luxury beverage and drunkenness was perceived as an indication of abundance.
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Black Creek Village Jun 18
Replying to @BlackCreekNews
Thank you for your guesses! This is a gunpowder capper decapper!
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Rebecca Forster Jun 17
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Andrew Kennedy Jun 16
Guess the - first correct answer wins genuine SHA-256 copy of the images...
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Chetana Kunwar Jun 15
No object is mysterious !! The mystery is in your eye!!
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Geffrye Museum Jun 15
Our learning team have come across this unusual object in our handling collection. Our curators have been trying to guess what it is! Do you have any thoughts?
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Scott Simmie Jun 13
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Scott Simmie Jun 13
I’m going to open this now.
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