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British Museum

We’ve loaned some beautiful objects to this exhibition @museenbasel. Explore the rich culture of ancient #Yemen: unite4heritage.org/en/news/exhibi…
You've got a week left to see two of the beautiful Pentney Brooches @Lynn_Museum on loan from @britishmuseum goo.gl/pBLnJ4
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Renaissance astronomer Copernicus was born #onthisday in 1473. His model of the universe placed the sun, rather than earth, at its centre
Michelangelo died #onthisday in 1564. This is a study for the figure of Adam from the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel ow.ly/OhNg308QG0T
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British watercolourist Thomas Girtin was born #onthisday 1775. He transformed the medium at a time when oil paint was king
You can purchase art prints of Michelangelo’s works, and books about the famous artist in our online shop: ow.ly/DBEb3096B5l
Michelangelo advised: ‘Draw and don’t waste time’. See his work in our touring drawings exhibition @UniOfHull ow.ly/stOs308QGCG
Michelangelo died #onthisday in 1564. This is a study for the figure of Adam from the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel ow.ly/OhNg308QG0T
Newly discovered, this amazing Roman bronze hoard contains 1,500-year-old flowers! See it at @WiltshireMuseum ow.ly/VbR53091NNv
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On Sunday, come along to a day of free activities and talks exploring LGBTQ stories in the Museum #LGBTQHM17 ow.ly/PpFR3091zXA
Want to see yourself on a Greek vase? Check out our free #SamsungCentre sessions for families this weekend ow.ly/i5K2308T4Kx
Newly discovered, this amazing Roman bronze hoard contains 1,500-year-old flowers! See it at @WiltshireMuseum ow.ly/VbR53091NNv
#DidYouKnow the Museum was one of the first public buildings in London to have electric lighting? Read more: ow.ly/dY5N308QySF
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The incredible Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller and James Gray attend #TheLostCityofZ UK Premiere at London's @britishmuseum.
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#DidYouKnow the Museum was one of the first public buildings in London to have electric lighting? Read more: ow.ly/dY5N308QySF
This marvellous dish is part of the Mildenhall Treasure, a Roman hoard from about AD 300. It weighs over 8kg! ow.ly/aVdU3092c5Z
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Galileo Galilei was born #onthisday in 1564. His work was a key part of the 17th-century scientific revolution
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This new book delves deeper into the discovery and significance of the Mildenhall Treasure – available here: ow.ly/hBPq3092geo
This marvellous dish is part of the Mildenhall Treasure, a Roman hoard from about AD 300. It weighs over 8kg! ow.ly/aVdU3092c5Z
Help build a #SouthAfricanArt city in our free #halfterm craft activities this week! ow.ly/N1dh3091QuR
Galileo Galilei was born #onthisday in 1564. His work was a key part of the 17th-century scientific revolution
If you’ve had enough of #ValentinesDay – here’s a cat lounging on a cushion, with love from us
This #ValentinesDay explore a history of love (and lust and sex!) in 14 objects: new blog by Curator @LloyddeBeer british.museumblog.org/a-history-of-l…
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The emperor Hadrian’s lover Antinous was so beloved, he had a city named after him! Read our #ValentinesDay blog: british.museumblog.org/a-history-of-l…
‘My love is an infinitive which wants to be in the relative’ – a 15th-century love message for #ValentinesDay british.museumblog.org/a-history-of-l…
 
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