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British Museum

See more incredible objects preserved under the sea for over 1,000 years in #SunkenCities ow.ly/6rs3301k0ki
This stunning statue of a queen was discovered in a lost city of ancient Egypt #SunkenCities ow.ly/V4VU301jHDf
It's #Bloomsday! Artist Richard Hamilton spent 50 years visually realising Joyce’s Ulysses ow.ly/Onogk
This cross, made from wreckage of a refugee boat, will be part of service @StPaulsLondon on Sunday for #RefugeeWeek
Women’s bonnets from #RUS and #SVK for today’s first #EURO2016 match ow.ly/8MS9300ZCbh ow.ly/t0aC300ZCcC
King John put his seal to #MagnaCarta #onthisday in 1215. Here's a 1733 copy of the text ow.ly/YM6l301eWim
Enjoy an evening of Sicilian splendour at our free late event on Friday 22 July ow.ly/7C4x3014KC8
Greek vases and Byzantine mosaics: @HistoryToday on the treasures in our #SicilyExhibition ow.ly/nqJv3014KlL
Plus, explore a range of unique #FathersDay gifts in our online shop ow.ly/Umur301fT8v
Give your dad a year of cultural adventure this #FathersDay! Find out about Gift Membership: ow.ly/9PqF301fSXF
Born #otd in 1811: Harriet Beecher Stowe, US abolitionist and author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin ow.ly/Oak85
These are gold shoulder clasps, discovered in an Anglo-Saxon ship-burial #MysteryObject ow.ly/JFZ83014MaQ
Do you know what these beautiful objects were used for? Reply with your #MysteryObject guesses!
Born #onthisday in 1865: W B Yeats. These are illustrations to his Irish Fairy & Folk Tales ow.ly/OajBy
 
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