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British Museum
New blog post: Curator of #IndigenousAustralia Gaye Sculthorpe introduces the exhibition ow.ly/M0pli pic.twitter.com/6o6GGFbjwO
Organised with the National Museum of Australia @nma, #IndigenousAustralia includes important international loans pic.twitter.com/b1pVuSJ74m
See spectacular objects like Torres Strait Islander masks alongside significant paintings ow.ly/LBgBI pic.twitter.com/1Tzrx6pOKW
This show is the first major exhibition in the UK to present a history of #IndigenousAustralia through objects pic.twitter.com/8JFyQ4KNJA
#IndigenousAustralia is now open! Discover a remarkable 60,000 years of continuous culture ow.ly/LBgBI pic.twitter.com/MxHHDdagbE
William #Shakespeare died #onthisday in 1616, and may have been born today in 1564 too! ow.ly/LBenP pic.twitter.com/DqTxw1FYet
Happy #StGeorgesDay! Here he is killing the dragon and rescuing Lady Una on a medieval pilgrim badge #history #StGeorge #dragon
Happy #StGeorgesDay! Here he is killing the dragon and rescuing Lady Una on a medieval badge ow.ly/LBb0o pic.twitter.com/ui3nagiVQk
Born #onthisday in 1707: author Henry Fielding. Here are illustrations to his novel Tom Jones ow.ly/LXZrD pic.twitter.com/qTGc1xF4HB
#IndigenousAustralia opens tomorrow. Here’s a sneak peek in the exhibition... ow.ly/LXhFQ pic.twitter.com/jEILTBjkCk
#IndigenousAustralia opens tomorrow. Here’s a sneak peek in the exhibition… #art #Australia #exhibition #BritishMuseum Objects pictured include: Roy Underwood, Lennard Walker, Simon Hogan and Ian Rictor, 'Pukara'. Acrylic on canvas, 2013. © the artists, courtesy Spinifex Arts Project. Charlie Al
Whether north, east, south or west, there are plenty of #MuseumStairs for you to explore here! @CultureThemes pic.twitter.com/3YtZm9id32
Born #onthisday in 1451: Isabella I of Castile. Here's a gold coin from her reign ow.ly/LDFJI pic.twitter.com/WFSyotizKs
Legend has it that #onthisday in 753 BC Romulus founded Rome. Here's the myth on this coin #history #coin #Rome #Romulus
Tune in now to @BBCFrontRow to hear Curator Gaye Sculthorpe discuss highlight objects in #IndigenousAustralia pic.twitter.com/dUe1W52lk2
#onthisday in 1509: Henry VIII ascended the English throne on the death of Henry VII ow.ly/LTIXc pic.twitter.com/gE1T7JV7Gk
A real #MysteryObject for today! Can you help to identify this pendant from a Sudanese lyre? ow.ly/LUKq5 pic.twitter.com/m8yCiVVVVg
Happy birthday to #QueenElizabeth II, who is 89 today! Here’s a photo of her visiting the Museum in 1957 #history #Museum #BritishMuseum #Queen
Legend has it that #onthisday in 753 BC Romulus founded Rome. Here's the myth on this coin ow.ly/LEv9j pic.twitter.com/nT36YmdUFA
Happy birthday to #QueenElizabeth II, who is 89 today! Here’s a photo of her visiting the Museum in 1957 pic.twitter.com/k4o6zHdIyJ
Born #otd in 1808: Napoleon III, nephew of Napoleon I and Emperor of the Second French Empire ow.ly/LAEYg pic.twitter.com/RBVusVXLBU
Died #onthisday in 1873: architect William Tite, who designed the new Royal Exchange building ow.ly/LACEM pic.twitter.com/ZQgZbS9JKT
Odilon Redon was born #onthisday in 1840. This is one of Redon's (1840-1916) most famous coloured pastels, and was first shown in the gallery of Durand-Ruel - the favoured dealer of the Impressionists - in 1894. There it was seen by Tatiana Tolstoy, the daughter of the great Russian novelist Leo Tol