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British Museum

Read the full details of the extraordinary discovery in this Antiquity journal article
Curator @julia_farley won our first #BMComedy showdown! Book now for events tonight & 28 Jul
Follow the work of our International Training Programme participants @britmusITP
Over the next 6 weeks, the 22 participants will learn about a range of museum practices across the UK
This week we've welcomed museum professionals from 13 countries for our training programme
Artist Emil Orlik was born #onthisday in 1870. These woodcuts are from his time in Japan
#onthisday in 1969, the #Apollo11 crew walked on the moon! This medal celebrates the mission
Love chess? Check out the Lewis Chessmen range in our online shop
See six of the Lewis Chessmen on long-term loan at the newly built @MuseumnanEilean! #InternationalChessDay
For #InternationalChessDay here are the Lewis Chessmen! Which is your favourite?
Alexander the Great had a huge impact in Egypt, including founding Alexandria #SunkenCities
Alexander the Great, who ruled an empire from Greece to Afghanistan, was born #otd in 356 BC
Learn more about ancient Egyptian festivals in our #SunkenCities exhibition
#onthisday in ancient Egypt the New Year festival began, celebrating the Nile flood
Artist John Martin was born #onthisday in 1789. This mezzotint depicts the fall of Babylon
The Mary Rose sank #onthisday in 1545. This @MaryRoseMuseum cannon was found on its wreck.
Retweeted by British Museum
Today’s #MysteryObject is a salt-cellar, a piece of tableware used to hold and dispense salt
What do you think this #MysteryObject was used for?
Born #onthisday in 1834: Edgar Degas, who featured dancers as a principal motif in his work
Explore highlight objects like this fire serpent from all angles and print them in 3D
This stone figure represents Xiuhcoatl – a fire serpent from Mexico
Discover a 19th-century 'Kunstkammer' of Renaissance treasures in our #Waddesdon gallery
Born #otd in 1552: Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II, known for his 'Kunstkammer' of curiosities
Fancy a holiday to sunny Sicily? Enter our #SicilyExhibition competition with @ExodusTravels
Join us this Friday for a night of Sicilian splendour, inspired by our #SicilyExhibition!
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