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French artist Claude Gillot was born #onthisday in 1673. Here's one of his ink drawings ow.ly/LWylu pic.twitter.com/aa0Vw1RWwl
Inspire your students with 100 iconic objects. Discover teaching ideas and resources at teachinghistory100.org pic.twitter.com/7k0oCs5hHN
#otd in 1994: South Africa's first post-apartheid elections. This anti-apartheid badge is from teachinghistory100.org pic.twitter.com/akIwJ5lMgS
Writer and women's rights advocate Mary Wollstonecraft was born #onthisday in 1759. #history #art #portrait
These ancient Egyptian toys of a mouse and horse are 2,000+ years old! #8mummies #MummyMonday ow.ly/M1S7j pic.twitter.com/7zDynIAIBT
Writer and women's rights advocate Mary Wollstonecraft was born #onthisday in 1759 ow.ly/LVNt8 pic.twitter.com/c5TseDwh5j
The Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius was born #onthisday in AD 121. Marcus Aurelius (AD 161-80), who appears on the coin set in this ring, is best known for his philosophical work, The Meditations. Although he was the most powerful man in the Roman Empire, he dwelt on the emptiness of glory: 'Shall me
What is the art of #IndigenousAustralia today? Come to our panel discussion on 1 May ow.ly/LG8Id pic.twitter.com/j1n0g5lEns
The Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius was born #onthisday in AD 121 ow.ly/LBc33 pic.twitter.com/F0JLEi5NoO
Born #onthisday in 1798: Eugène Delacroix. Here are some of his wonderful drawings of animals ow.ly/wauSu pic.twitter.com/8ih3yr79J1
Good luck to all in the #LondonMarathon today! Be inspired by this Spartan running girl from 520-500 BC, which features in our exhibition #DefiningBeauty
Today is the feast of St Mark the Evangelist. Here’s his symbol of a lion by Martin Schongauer ow.ly/LVfwW pic.twitter.com/bKzf2jJa3g
It’s World #PenguinDay! This handsome King Penguin on display in the Enlightenment Gallery is on loan from the @natural_history_museum #penguin #museum #BritishMuseum
William Cowper died #onthisday in 1800. Here’s an illustration of his famous poem John Gilpin ow.ly/LEtvh pic.twitter.com/u4jdzcZXhW
Born #onthisday in 1599: Oliver Cromwell. Here’s a terracotta portrait bust from around 1759 #history #Cromwell #art #bust
It’s World #PenguinDay! This handsome King Penguin on display is on loan from @NHM_London ow.ly/LBalB pic.twitter.com/EngjuxuTfX
These jugs were made during the Peloponnesian War, which ended #otd 404 BC. Learn more @tumblr bit.ly/1Kfy2Gc pic.twitter.com/cqpCAd2yP3
Born #onthisday in 1599: Oliver Cromwell. Here’s a terracotta portrait bust from around 1759 ow.ly/LHQdE pic.twitter.com/9OqjL02jee
Greece lightning: this exquisite bronze depicts Zeus, chief of the Greek gods #FridayFigure In ancient Greece, powerful, shape-shifting gods provided compelling subjects for artists. The famous sculptor Phidias created a gold and ivory statue of Zeus, ruler of the gods, that was over 13 metres high
Turn yourself into an ancient Egyptian pharaoh in a #SamsungCentre family workshop tomorrow! ow.ly/M4jg2 pic.twitter.com/boEOMnnewq
This ‘holey dollar’ (originally Peruvian) was Australia’s first coinage #MoneyFact #PayDay ow.ly/LEmdo pic.twitter.com/cPZVnwJB1n
Discover the history of money in our Citi Money Gallery. Every #PayDay we share a #MoneyFact! ow.ly/F2cml pic.twitter.com/5OsqoHTjoW
Discover more Greek gods and goddesses in our exhibition #DefiningBeauty ow.ly/LAeKt pic.twitter.com/sGv0nrhW3z