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Recently discovered thanks to microscope images, these 3,000-year-old ‘bread beetles’ were found in an ancient Egyptian loaf #foodMW 🔬�SA
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Find out more about the #Scythians and their nomadic warrior lifestyle in this blog: blog.britishmuseum.org/what-do-nomads…
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This 2,000-year-old cheese was made by the #Scythians who carried it in decorated leather bags like this as they roamed the plains #foodMW🧀D
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This model showing brewing, baking & butchery was placed in an ancient Egyptian tomb so the deceased could enjoy food for eternity #foodMW🍞�Ik
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Over 4,000 years old, this bird-shaped pestle was found in Papua New Guinea. Food cultivation developed here around 10,000 years ago #foodMW
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Recently discovered thanks to microscope images, these 3,000-year-old ‘bread beetles’ were found in an ancient Egyptian loaf #foodMW 🔬�SA
In this video chef Giorgio Locatelli recreates Pompeiian bread, using a 2,000-year-old loaf for inspiration🍞#foodMWWyoutube.com/watch?v=DYTuNX…3A
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Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is food! From ancient bread and beer to the foundations of farming, there’s lots to cover! #foodMW 🍽️🏛D3
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Find out more about the #Scythians and their nomadic warrior lifestyle in this blog: blog.britishmuseum.org/what-do-nomads…
This 2,000-year-old cheese was made by the #Scythians who carried it in decorated leather bags like this as they roamed the plains #foodMW🧀D
In Mayan mythology, this maize god was decapitated at harvest time and reborn in the growing season #foodMW ow.ly/Gmm130cDPkR
What type of cereals did the ancient Egyptians grow? How did they make bread? Find out here: ow.ly/8ihC30cBXgY #foodMW #MuseumWeek
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This model showing brewing, baking & butchery was placed in an ancient Egyptian tomb so the deceased could enjoy food for eternity #foodMW🍞�Ik
Disposable Nepalese leaf plates for use at weddings. The ultimate eco-friendly crockery! @britishmuseum britishmuseum.org/research/colle… #foodMW
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Over 4,000 years old, this bird-shaped pestle was found in Papua New Guinea. Food cultivation developed here around 10,000 years ago #foodMW
In this video chef Giorgio Locatelli recreates Pompeiian bread, using a 2,000-year-old loaf for inspiration🍞#foodMWWyoutube.com/watch?v=DYTuNX…3A
Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is food! From ancient bread and beer to the foundations of farming, there’s lots to cover! #foodMW 🍽️🏛D3
Tomorrow is the start of #MuseumWeek! We’ll be sharing interesting stories & objects from around the world that celebrate each day’s theme 🏛C
Curator Oli Cooke explains why this magnificent 17th-century night clock is such a rare piece in this blog post: ow.ly/FPqr30cEecx
O Canada!🇨🇦 Our specia#HokusaiCinemama documentary is coming to you on June 25 & 28 – find your nearest venue hereow.ly/BYrN30cEd23qYu
The Battle of Waterloo took place #onthisday in 1815. This print shows the aftermath of the bloody battle ow.ly/A6nm30cmA5o
The award-winning animated film ‘Miss Hokusai’ focuses on #Hokusai’s daughter Ōi – see it here on 1 July ow.ly/wRFf30cEsTN
Discover the remarkable relationship between #Hokusai and his daughter Katsushika Ōi in a new #FathersDay blog post ow.ly/EWOu30cGhGD
Discover the intricacies of this Palestinian bridal headdress on @googlearts, part of their #WeWearCulture campaign ow.ly/xBH230csy6j
This Palestinian ceremonial headdress would have been worn by a bride during her wedding ceremony. It’s encrusted with coins, beads & charms
 
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