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British Museum

Legend has it that #onthisday in 753 BC Romulus founded Rome. Here's the myth on this coin ow.ly/10zlRE
The Scottish architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868–1928) created a series of stunningly original buildings and interiors, many in and around his native city of Glasgow. In these interiors Mackintosh designed every detail of the furniture and furnishings to create a completely harmon
Charlotte Brontë was born #onthisday in 1816. Here are illustrations to Jane Eyre ow.ly/10FI4A #Bronte200
Plus, see remarkable drawings of Sicily by explorers and architects on display in Room 90a ow.ly/10A3bB
Become a Member and receive unlimited free entry to both #SicilyExhibition and #SunkenCities ow.ly/10zckh
Book now and discover a cultural centre of the ancient and medieval world #SicilyExhibition ow.ly/10zcAx
With 200+ objects #SicilyExhibition includes marvellous loans from Sicily & around the world ow.ly/4mVS0H
#SicilyExhibition focuses on two extraordinary eras in the island’s history: Greek settlement and Norman rule
Our #SicilyExhibition is now open! Discover 4,000 years of Sicily’s cosmopolitan history ow.ly/10zbUo
Happy birthday to #QueenElizabeth II! She has visited the Museum many times, shown here in 1957 and 1972 #Queenat90
By the early 17th century, watchmaking in France had reached a high level of sophistication. The quality of engraved decoration on French cases was perhaps better than anywhere else in Europe. This watch was made around 1625–1635 by the celebrated watchmaker Jean Vallier who worked in Lyon, one of t
‘Beautiful and curious art objects produced over 4,000 years’ ★★★★ #SicilyExhibition review ow.ly/4mTkEu
‘A revelatory picture of the island’s rich legacy’ ★★★★ @thetimes on #SicilyExhibition ow.ly/4mTiSC (£)
Money making: A brief history of currency from the British Museum bbc.in/1NARIoY
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Odilon Redon was born #onthisday in 1840. Here's one of his most famous coloured pastels ow.ly/10z3gs
There was a great fascination for automated machines at the end of the 16th century, particularly at the courts of the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II in Prague and Ottoman Emperor Süleyman 'the Magnificent' in Constantinople. Hans Schlottheim of Augsburg (1545–1625) was one of the most famous makers o
We're delighted our new audio guide has been nominated in @TheWebbyAwards! You can vote here ow.ly/10A1f0
'Gods, monsters and multiculturalism' – ★★★★ @guardian review of our #SicilyExhibition ow.ly/4mQWi5
These are chess pieces! Chess was popular in Norman Sicily #MysteryObject #SicilyExhibition ow.ly/4mQXdq
It’s #MysteryObject time! What do you think these objects were used for?
Venetian artist Canaletto died #otd in 1768. These drawings come from his time in London ow.ly/10yWhw
Construction of St Peter’s Basilica began #onthisday in 1506. It was completed 120 yrs later ow.ly/LzWgX
With #SicilyExhibition opening this week, here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the installation of a replica Norman ceremonial robe. Belonging to King Roger II, the original robe is one of the most important surviving objects from Norman Sicily and is too fragile to travel. Made of gold-embroidered si
Robert Smirke died #onthisday in 1867. He designed the core of the British Museum, much as it appears today.
 
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