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British Museum

This marble head of Roman empress Livia will feature from April in our #SicilyExhibition ow.ly/XFMKE
Born #onthisday 58 BC: empress Livia Julia Augusta, wife of Augustus and mother of Tiberius ow.ly/XFKjK
Berlin researcher makes superb astronomical discovery on #cuneiform tablets @britishmuseum bit.ly/1PVYINb
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How do you put on a torc? #Celts curator @julia_farley explains in this new blog post ow.ly/XIx5t
Every #PayDay we share a #MoneyFact! Discover the history of money in the Citi Money Gallery ow.ly/Ndaru
Before silver coinage, Romans used bronze ingots as money (some weigh 1.7kg!) #MoneyFact ow.ly/XGxcI
Born #otd in 1584: Frederick Henry of Orange. He’s on this medal from the #Waddesdon Bequest ow.ly/XFHj7
Political philosopher Thomas Paine, author of The Rights Of Man, was born #onthisday in 1736 ow.ly/XDcsd
A selection of watercolours by artist and poet Edward Lear, who died #onthisday in 1888 ow.ly/XFw3N
Our next special exhibition will explore the remarkable story of Sicily. Discover an island with a cosmopolitan history and identity – a place where the unique mix of peoples gave rise to an extraordinary cultural flowering. Norman Sicily was a centre of multiculturalism and its art reveals a unique
Charlemagne died #onthisday in 814. This coin shows him as the king of the Franks & Lombards ow.ly/XCVcC
Our #SicilyExhibition, announced today, will be the first in the UK to explore thousands of years of Sicily’s cosmopolitan history. The Greeks arrived in Sicily from 8th century BC, which led to a flourishing of art and culture. This gold libation bowl, which dates from around 600 BC, was found in a
Today we announced our next special exhibition, which will explore some of the fascinating stories of Sicily. This 16th-century map was made from a 12th-century original by an Arab cartographer for a Norman king and shows the island’s importance as the largest island in the Mediterranean. Sicily has
‘You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you’ – Pride and Prejudice was published #otd in 1813
#onthisday in 1547: Edward VI became king at the age of 9 after the death of Henry VIII ow.ly/XD0j3
We're about to go live on #Periscope introducing some of the objects from our #SicilyExhibition. Tune in!
Tickets are now available for #SicilyExhibition, opening on 21 April – book now! britishmuseum.org/whats_on/exhib…
We'll be live on #Periscope with our #SicilyExhibition curators Dirk and Peter in half an hour – join us!
'Sicily: culture and conquest' will open @britishmuseum on 21 April #SicilyExhibition
#SicilyExhibition will feature marvellous loans from Sicily and around the world including @metmuseum @bodleianlibs
Norman Sicily was a centre of multiculturalism and its art reveals a unique mix of influences #SicilyExhibition
The Greeks arrived in Sicily from 8th century BC, which led to a flourishing of art and culture #SicilyExhibition
#SicilyExhibition focuses on two extraordinary eras in the island’s history: Greek settlement and Norman rule
Over centuries, Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs & Normans all settled on the island #SicilyExhibition
Sicily's strategic location and fertile soil, fed by Mount Etna, attracted settlers and conquerors #SicilyExhibition
 




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