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British Museum

Read the full details of the extraordinary discovery in this Antiquity journal article ow.ly/uALC302tyv4
Curator @julia_farley won our first #BMComedy showdown! Book now for events tonight & 28 Jul ow.ly/7kwk302tdyj
Follow the work of our International Training Programme participants @britmusITP
Over the next 6 weeks, the 22 participants will learn about a range of museum practices across the UK
This week we've welcomed museum professionals from 13 countries for our training programme ow.ly/Fzg0302eWLZ
Artist Emil Orlik was born #onthisday in 1870. These woodcuts are from his time in Japan ow.ly/PTLYs
#onthisday in 1969, the #Apollo11 crew walked on the moon! This medal celebrates the mission ow.ly/Pv5mI
Love chess? Check out the Lewis Chessmen range in our online shop ow.ly/JU8z302qc0x
See six of the Lewis Chessmen on long-term loan at the newly built @MuseumnanEilean! #InternationalChessDay
For #InternationalChessDay here are the Lewis Chessmen! Which is your favourite? ow.ly/wV393029U3M
Alexander the Great had a huge impact in Egypt, including founding Alexandria ow.ly/Hk6G3015N4V #SunkenCities
Alexander the Great, who ruled an empire from Greece to Afghanistan, was born #otd in 356 BC ow.ly/jqBp302mrgd
Learn more about ancient Egyptian festivals in our #SunkenCities exhibition ow.ly/F5qR302oQJm
#onthisday in ancient Egypt the New Year festival began, celebrating the Nile flood ow.ly/u2r4302oPzu
Artist John Martin was born #onthisday in 1789. This mezzotint depicts the fall of Babylon ow.ly/WtrA3027xy0
The Mary Rose sank #onthisday in 1545. This @MaryRoseMuseum cannon was found on its wreck. ow.ly/PJjli
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Today’s #MysteryObject is a salt-cellar, a piece of tableware used to hold and dispense salt ow.ly/kXZl3023cHl
What do you think this #MysteryObject was used for?
Born #onthisday in 1834: Edgar Degas, who featured dancers as a principal motif in his work ow.ly/fCrq3027wYU
Explore highlight objects like this fire serpent from all angles and print them in 3D ow.ly/RuiL302mgsg
This stone figure represents Xiuhcoatl – a fire serpent from Mexico ow.ly/8eyL302mgwH
Discover a 19th-century 'Kunstkammer' of Renaissance treasures in our #Waddesdon gallery ow.ly/Gfy4302lbWv
Born #otd in 1552: Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II, known for his 'Kunstkammer' of curiosities ow.ly/ePjh302lbVg
Fancy a holiday to sunny Sicily? Enter our #SicilyExhibition competition with @ExodusTravels ow.ly/TP12301KtPL
Join us this Friday for a night of Sicilian splendour, inspired by our #SicilyExhibition! ow.ly/tY1L302i4rg
 
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