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British Museum

This 3,000-year-old gold torc was discovered in Cambridgeshire and is one of the largest ever found in Britain
In 2015, over 82,000 archaeological finds were recorded, bringing the total to date to over 1.2 million @findsorguk
‘Our deeds determine us, as much as we determine our deeds’ – George Eliot, born #onthisday in 1819
What do you think this #MysteryObject was used for?
Love #Wedgwood? Browse these charming Wedgwood #Christmas decorations in our online shop
How did #Picasso experiment with graphic art? Find out in this @artfund video about two of his incredible linocuts
You must must must go and see Sunken cities before it finishes @britishmuseum it is simply amazing #SunkenCities
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History has been made in the USA. How will America remember this day in the future? #Election2016 #AmericanDream
You can explore the world of shadow theatre in our free #ShadowPuppets exhibition!
Zombies, ghosts and ogres – find out how they’re central to #ShadowPuppets performances:
The Bodleian Library @UniofOxford opened to the public #onthisday in 1602.
Schools and teachers! Keep up to date with the Museum by following our @BM_Schools account
This bull-headed silver lyre was played in Mesopotamia over 4,000 years ago!
You can see this drawing and other sensitive #MaggiHambling works in our free exhibition!
Our Great Court is just one of 500,000 projects supported by @heritagelottery across the UK! #500000ThankYous
We're behind the scenes in our conservation lab - join us on #FacebookLive from 17.30!
#Christmas has come to the online shop! Find gifts for everyone on your list
Melvyn's discussing Gilgamesh NOW - 'the first masterpiece of literature'
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We’re trying a new #MysteryObject this week – who do you think is in this #MysteryPortrait?
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