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Written around 1850 BC, the dramatic Tale of Sinuhe is one of the most famous ancient Egyptian poems british.museumblog.org/giving-a-voice… #WorldPoetryDay
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On #WorldPoetryDay, here are some of William Blake’s vividly illustrated poems from his series ‘Songs of Innocence and Experience’
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Peruse poetry from around the world! We have a great selection in our online shop #WorldPoetryDay britishmuseumshoponline.org/books+media/ar…
Written around 1850 BC, the dramatic Tale of Sinuhe is one of the most famous ancient Egyptian poems british.museumblog.org/giving-a-voice… #WorldPoetryDay
On #WorldPoetryDay, here are some of William Blake’s vividly illustrated poems from his series ‘Songs of Innocence and Experience’
The #SpringEquinox is mentioned in this 3,000-year-old cuneiform tablet! It was part of the library of Ashurbanipal, who was king of Assyria
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The #SpringEquinox is mentioned in this 3,000-year-old cuneiform tablet! It was part of the library of Ashurbanipal, who was king of Assyria
It’s the #SpringEquinox in the northern hemisphere, when day and night are equal. These prints are by #Hokusai ow.ly/A5mm30a4lbs
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It’s the #SpringEquinox in the northern hemisphere, when day and night are equal. These prints are by #Hokusai ow.ly/A5mm30a4lbs
See abstract works by Albers in our #AmericanDream exhibition, alongside US artists he influenced like Rauschenberg ow.ly/iQxN30a0fCo
Artist Josef Albers was born #onthisday in 1888. He taught at the #Bauhaus in Germany before emigrating to the US #AmericanDream
Sydney Harbour Bridge opened #onthisday in 1932. These photos show the iconic bridge shortly after it was completed ow.ly/idaP30a0eCO
.@wmarybeard has picked her top five powerful women from the classical world – read her blog for #WomensHistoryMonth british.museumblog.org/mary-beards-to…
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From bowls to bags, soaps to scarves, there are lots of great ideas for #MothersDay gifts in our online shop! ow.ly/jhgP30a0Pys
Unravel the mysteries of mummification in our groundbreaking touring exhibition at @maasmuseum in Sydney maas.museum/event/egyptian…
CT scanning has revealed hidden amulets under the wrappings of this mummy, Tamut – a high-ranking priest’s daughter #BSW17
This complex model chariot from the Oxus Treasure was X-rayed to discover how it was constructed #BSW17 ow.ly/sOcA309YFTd
.@wmarybeard has picked her top five powerful women from the classical world – read her blog for #WomensHistoryMonth british.museumblog.org/mary-beards-to…
Hypnos was the ancient Greek god of sleep. He fanned the foreheads of the weary until they fell asleep! #WorldSleepDay
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.@ScienceWeekUK Come and meet the Museum’s scientists in our special event tomorrow for @ScienceWeekUK! #BSW17 ow.ly/JZtR309ZHq5
Microscope images revealed that half of this 2,300-year-old Greek necklace was a 19th-century reconstruction #BSW17 @ScienceWeekUK
Hypnos was the ancient Greek god of sleep. He fanned the foreheads of the weary until they fell asleep! #WorldSleepDay
Join us at 20.00 for a #FacebookLive with British Academy Fellow @simon_schama – he’ll be discussing the #AmericanDream in our exhibition
It’s #StPatricksDay! According to legend, the saint banished all the snakes from Ireland ow.ly/IhOI309ZNW1
 
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