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British Museum
#Didyouknow we have free daily talks? Next week hear about Augustus, Buddhism or the Romans ow.ly/HOsOf pic.twitter.com/YbZ682jFTY
Lucas Cranach the Younger died #onthisday in 1568. Here’s his woodcut of Martin Luther ow.ly/Hq0PT pic.twitter.com/SlSbui1RoI
We’re helping @RoyalMailStamps celebrate 50 years! Here’s one of the Museum’s #specialstamps! #YearoftheStamp pic.twitter.com/AmjsCt3wEn
Francis I of France was crowned #otd in 1515. He features on this medal by Benvenuto Cellini ow.ly/HPjaL pic.twitter.com/6v1nwig21O
Robert Burns was born #onthisday in 1759. Will you be addressing a haggis this #BurnsNight? ow.ly/HQ3fh pic.twitter.com/r5E4ZWRNfw
Born #onthisday in AD 76: Roman emperor Hadrian. This marble bust was found near Tivoli, outside Rome #history #sculpture
Born #onthisday in 1712: Frederick II, King of Prussia. He's depicted on this porcelain saucer ow.ly/HoXKE pic.twitter.com/cjMnzyxonC
Winston Churchill died #onthisday 50 years ago in 1965, at the age of 90 ow.ly/HOZbx pic.twitter.com/M5roDwXVjY
Today is the opening of @britishmuseum's touring Roman Empire exhibition at @McManusDundee! ow.ly/HRLI9 pic.twitter.com/jkJ8EaaYIu
Born #otd in AD 76: Roman emperor Hadrian. This marble bust was found in Tivoli, outside Rome ow.ly/HgeAT pic.twitter.com/UxQefwqEve
Michelangelo’s favourite sculpture will come to the UK for the first time for #DefiningBeauty ow.ly/HPaYl pic.twitter.com/T0Kurx2zlo
#IndigenousAustralia will include a club from Australia's first, all-Aboriginal cricket team ow.ly/HP6o6 pic.twitter.com/iftTKnIHuP
Extraordinary loan objects will feature in our upcoming major exhibitions #DefiningBeauty & #IndigenousAustralia pic.twitter.com/nuxlQKgqVg
Edouard Manet, sometimes called the first Modernist and last Old Master, was born #onthisday in 1832. This print, Les Courses ('The Races'), shows Manet's drawing at its most vigorous. The viewpoint is dramatic; the observer is placed in the centre of the racetrack awaiting the horses' imminent sta
Seen the new #NightAtTheMuseum film? Explore the Museum with this app & #win a sleepover here! ow.ly/HpVj2 pic.twitter.com/KwEYRFXr9H
Edouard Manet, dubbed the first Modernist and last Old Master, was born #onthisday in 1832 ow.ly/Hg4pt pic.twitter.com/uWnzZtD39q
Ice Age animals have been brought to life through animation by kids in our #SamsungCentre! ow.ly/HLD8N pic.twitter.com/vlTeXwnC5y
The exhibition #IndigenousAustralia will celebrate the cultural strength and resilience of both Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islanders, exploring the remarkable story of how an ancient civilisation has endured and whose story is still unfolding today. This spectacular turtle-shell mask is fr
We're delighted to announce a new special exhibition: #IndigenousAustralia. Opening 23 April, this will be the first major exhibition in the UK to present a history of Indigenous Australia, drawing on remarkable objects to highlight 60,000 years of continuous culture #exhibition
Tickets are now on sale for #IndigenousAustralia – our new major exhibition opening 23 April! ow.ly/HKmFX pic.twitter.com/wxtFLvLMNF
Objects will range from a shield collected at Botany Bay (Sydney) in 1770 to contemporary art #IndigenousAustralia pic.twitter.com/Ah14kEjsYU
#IndigenousAustralia, organised with the National Museum of Australia @nma, includes important international loans pic.twitter.com/UoPizJ4UKL
#IndigenousAustralia will include many objects displayed for the first time from the Museum’s unparalleled collection pic.twitter.com/yEYW6cyR2F
This spectacular turtle-shell mask is from the Torres Strait Islands and is used in ceremonies #IndigenousAustralia pic.twitter.com/vORymlzC6s
The exhibition #IndigenousAustralia will draw on remarkable objects to highlight 60,000 years of continuous culture pic.twitter.com/oi44J4uxld