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Archaeology & Art Mar 25
Bronze votive hand. Date: A.D. 100-299. Place of origin: Yemen. Period/culture: Ancient South Arabian. Medium: Copper alloy. Source: .
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Anna 13m
Shine bright. Gentleman's cut-steel or silver buttons reflecting sunlight. [Steel Buttons | Coup de Bouton, 1777, , William Humphrey, , J,5.37]
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Archaeology & Art Mar 20
Silver double shekel of Carthage depicting Melqart and a war elephant Mogente Hoard, Valencia, Spain c. 230 BC, .
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Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin Mar 24
Two gypsum reliefs from Khorsabad, Iraq, at the British Museum, among artifacts within a display case. Usually overlooked by visitors. Tribute bearer & an Assyrian royal attendant. Reign of Sargon II, 710-705 BCE. My Nikon cam.
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Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin Mar 20
Micah and Noah (named by their excavators); two Ain Ghazal statues at the British Museum. Pre-pottery neolithic B, 8th millennium BCE, from Ain Ghazal, Jordan. My Nikon D60 at the British Museum
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Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin Mar 24
Babylonian Map of the World from Sippar (Tell Abu Habbah), Mesopotamia, Iraq. 6th century BCE. My Nikon D750 at the British Museum.
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George Vardas 12h
Philip Hook's book on the history of rogue art dealers features the notorious Joseph Duveen who "stood at the centre of a vast web of corruption that reached from the lowliest employee of the to Buckingham Palace itself".
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Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin Mar 24
Note the fierce and hostile facial expression. Assyrian soldier, gypsum relief from Nimrud, Iraq. 900-700 BCE. My Nikon cam at the British Museum. Usually overlooked by visitors.
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globalmuseum Mar 23
After a royal appeal, British Museum says it's open to returning looted bronze to Benin | Prince Edun Akenzua of the Royal Court of Benin spoke of his desire to see the sculpture returned
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Luis Andrés Mar 26
The magnificent 🏛️ 🇬🇧
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Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin Mar 23
My Nikon's eye, several years ago at the facade of the British Museum. I was supposed to visit the Museum in early March 2020, but I had to cancel my trip
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Pursuing X Mar 25
Stuck at home? These 12 famous museums offer virtual tours you can take on your couch - 🤒
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Mickymoto Mar 23
Sutton Hoo helmet. Face to face the original and a reconstruction. Gorgeous
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Pearl And Coutts Mar 27
Economical in Beautiful garden to the rear over looked by the 200 Sq Ft for just £8,000 pa. Call our commercial team on 020 7843 9189 for more details
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Falcons Prep - Richmond Mar 24
This week we are sharing some Highlights from the Spring Term & today’s subject is History! So here are some of the marvellous History Trips the boys have been lucky enough to experience this term.
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Boulevard 19h
The British Museum sees surge in online visitors as museums across the world close their doors
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THAT_Muse_ Mar 23
Sir Hans Sloane, collector who founded the , succeeded Isaac Newton as President of the Royal Society in 1727
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Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin Mar 23
Stoneware figure of (the fat smiling monk), an incarnation of the Future Buddha, the who will follow . From Henan, . 20th year of (1486 CE). My D750 at the British Museum.
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Campion Mar 24
We may be stuck indoors but we can still go on a . Today you have the chance to come with us to the . Don't forget your sandwiches. Image attribution see webpage link.
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Woodside High School 18h
Today it’s the International Day of Multilingualism. MFL challenge for students is to learn these 4 words in a different language and text them to a friend: unity, strength, hope & happiness
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