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Norwich Castle Jul 9
Discover some of the most significant Viking treasures ever found in Britain in a tour of Viking: Rediscover the Legend on Thurs 11 July at 2.30pm 💍 Included with admission, tour lasts 30-45 mins
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Eleanor Chant Feb 8
Day 4 of the National Programmes road trip - what a fantastic end to a long week! Soo happy to see the opening of partnership exhibition at its final venue tonight ! Here's my favourite Lewis chess piece ♘
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Mikko "M1" Christensen Mar 30
I will not play along, the things I find unfair I will not mount defenses against unjust attacks This land was never given, we built this on our own. Insanity dependent whether we rise or fall 🇩🇰🇩🇰🇩🇰 Takket være vores forfædre! <3
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Norfolk Museums May 28
Are you worthy? We ask because we have the largest collection of Thor’s hammers in the country. Find out why Amanda Geitner, Director of the East Anglia Art Fund, is so intrigued by these wonderful objects, on show in our Viking: Rediscover the Legend exhibition
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Norwich Castle Jul 5
The Vale of York Hoard includes objects from present-day Uzbekistan, North Africa, Afghanistan, Russia, Ireland, Scandinavia & mainland Europe. Museum Trainee George tells us more about this incredible find, on display now as part of 'Viking: Rediscover the Legend'
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Stuart Frost Jun 9
You'll find this incredibly charming Lewis chessman on display at until 8 September 2019 (...part of a great exhibition)
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Norwich Castle Jul 3
Odin, or Woden, the Norse god of wisdom is also the namesake of Wednesday (Woden’s Day) – and who better to explore for ! His symbol - the raven - can be seen on this coin of Olaf Guthfrithsson (AD 939) in our show 'Viking: Rediscover the Legend'
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All Free Chips Feb 11
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Norwich Castle Jun 27
that in Norse mythology Loki was Thor's blood brother, not his actual brother, as depicted in the popular Marvel films. Loki was known as the trickster god and could shape-shift into various animals. Don't miss :
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Danie Hadley Apr 19
Replying to @ThinkExhibit
I didn’t wash my ankle and it’s lasted another day!
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Andrew Woods Feb 8
I'm at the rather fabulous today for the opening later. Just taken a few minutes to admire the magnificent keep. It's a stunner
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Lucy Creighton Feb 1
It's the end of a busy week for & who've been installing ! You'll have to wait 'til 9 Feb to visit the exhibition, but here's a sneak peek of the on display!
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Joe Edwards Feb 8
Just arrived ahead of the opening of tonight. Hugely exciting partnership exhibition between . It looks fantastic. Well done everyone!
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Steve Miller Feb 15
Great to welcome Cllr Alan Waters, Leader to today to see ‘Viking: Rediscover the Legend’ a & partnership exhibition.
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Austen Winders Apr 25
I’d be lying if I said I didn’t cry. Thank you Brob🤙🏻
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Joe Edwards Feb 8
Replying to @joeedwards26
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Imagining History Feb 12
We enjoyed our trip to Museum this weekend! Lots of fantastic historical exhibits. And look 👀 we're nearly 100% Viking! !
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Reyahn King Feb 9
Nice to see lots of people in ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ exhibition ⁦
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Anna-Marie Apr 11
A good day out with my little
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Steve Miller Feb 8
A pleasure to welcome Hartwig Fischer, Director , Reyahn King, CEO and their colleagues to this evening for the opening of . A special partnership exhibition and a rare chance to see these world-class treasures.
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