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Fan of Toulouse-Lautrec? Browse @BMshop’s wonderful range of art prints, posters and books ow.ly/EM7cO pic.twitter.com/JOtOcyjwnr
As you might have seen on today's @google doodle, it's Toulouse-Lautrec's 150th birthday! ow.ly/ExYlD pic.twitter.com/o502w1QgEa
To start the week, here's the next three gallery spaces in our #MuseumOfTheFuture series. Rooms 57–59 are the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Galleries of the Ancient Levant. This pic is of Room 59. The Ancient Levant corresponds to the modern states of Syria (western part), Lebanon, Israel, Palestine a
To start the week, here's the next three gallery spaces in our #MuseumOfTheFuture series. Rooms 57–59 are the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Galleries of the Ancient Levant. This pic is of Room 58. The Ancient Levant corresponds to the modern states of Syria (western part), Lebanon, Israel, Palestine a
To start the week, here's the next three gallery spaces in our #MuseumOfTheFuture series. Rooms 57–59 are the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Galleries of the Ancient Levant. This pic is of Room 57. The Ancient Levant corresponds to the modern states of Syria (western part), Lebanon, Israel, Palestine a
Discover each gallery in the Museum with our ongoing #MuseumOfTheFuture series on @instagram! ow.ly/ExTaR pic.twitter.com/4l5f20Lic3
See this #DrWho prop banknote on display in the Citi Money Gallery (Room 68) ow.ly/ExRbg pic.twitter.com/TqN4UyZ6qz
#onthisday in 1963: #DrWho first aired. Here's David Tennant as The Doctor on a banknote! ow.ly/ExPMZ pic.twitter.com/PbcejGPPBE
#onthisday in 2005: Angela Merkel became first female Chancellor of Germany #MemoriesOfANation ow.ly/EAyQf pic.twitter.com/tdIzfdFaJN
George Eliot was born #onthisday in 1819. Here’s a portrait of the novelist ow.ly/Egj0z pic.twitter.com/ey57hDeJhQ
Today is St Cecilia’s Day. Here’s the patron saint of music holding a book and organ ow.ly/EAAA9 pic.twitter.com/i0B8vFHR5r
This is Room 56, the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Gallery of Mesopotamia 6000–1500 BC. It's the next in our gallery series for #MuseumOfTheFuture. Between 6000 and 1550 BC, Mesopotamia, the land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers (now Iraq, north-east Syria and part of south-east Turkey) witness
Kids can turn themselves into a pharaoh tomorrow in our free #SamsungCentre digital workshop! ow.ly/EfPSK pic.twitter.com/t4ojY5UZo4
Our next #MuseumOfTheFuture gallery space is Room 55, the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Gallery of Mesopotamia 1500–539 BC. The civilisations of Babylonia and Assyria flourished during the first millennium BC. Political developments resulted in the incorporation of the entire Near East into a single e
New blog post: #Ming50Years Curator @CraigClunas takes a fresh look at a Chinese painting ow.ly/EF7lK pic.twitter.com/kZSMVrIP3o
The ‘white gold’ of Saxony: new @tumblr post on a Meissen porcelain rhino #MemoriesOfANation ow.ly/EByDU pic.twitter.com/dOlhUKvslv
It's time for Room 54 in our #MuseumOfTheFuture gallery series – the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Gallery of Anatolia and Urartu 7000–300 BC. Ancient Anatolia and Urartu form an important land link between Europe and Asia and lie where the modern Republic of Turkey, Armenia, Georgia and north-west Ir
Born #onthisday in 1694: playwright and philosopher Voltaire, depicted here by Wedgwood ow.ly/EfMt5 pic.twitter.com/Jr1Q04jQts
Next in our #MuseumOfTheFuture series of gallery spaces it's Room 53, the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Gallery of Ancient South Arabia. Ancient South Arabia was centred on what is now modern Yemen but included parts of Saudi Arabia and southern Oman. It was famous in the ancient world as an important
We've reached Room 52 on our #MuseumOfTheFuture series of gallery spaces – the Rahim Irvani Gallery of Ancient Iran. Iran was a major centre of ancient culture. It was rich in valuable natural resources, especially metals, and played an important role in the development of ancient Middle Eastern civ
Don’t forget to download the free #NightAtTheMuseum app and explore the Museum! ow.ly/E30BR pic.twitter.com/l1qka3DxPr