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Born #onthisday in AD 9: the Roman emperor Vespasian, known for his wit and military skills ow.ly/Ef0Qc pic.twitter.com/lIwT92cB7K
To start the week, here's Room 40, the Sir Paul and Lady Ruddock Gallery of Medieval Europe AD 1050–1500. It's the next gallery space in our series for #MuseumOfTheFuture. The gallery showcases many of the world’s greatest medieval treasures, including the Royal Gold Cup (which you can see on the le
Discover 2,000 African gold-weights from the Museum’s collection in this new catalogue ow.ly/E9K4l pic.twitter.com/Xfl7LHsFWS
The Hoxne Hoard was found #onthisday in 1992 in Suffolk, with 15,000 gold and silver objects ow.ly/DWFFi pic.twitter.com/UNkBJ5Scv7
The Roman emperor Tiberius was born #onthisday in 42 BC, successor to his stepfather Augustus #history #tiberius #augustus
It’s your last chance to see a free display of WWI German medals in Room 69a, closing 23 Nov ow.ly/DXuQe pic.twitter.com/pMaNwSIaSf
On #Volkstrauertag, Germans commemorate those who have died in armed conflicts #MemoriesOfANation pic.twitter.com/Q1IF2QJ3wF
The Roman emperor Tiberius was born #onthisday in 42 BC, successor to his stepfather Augustus ow.ly/DWFVu pic.twitter.com/6npnpgYn2V
Born #onthisday in 1738: astronomer William Herschel, who discovered the planet Uranus ow.ly/EhPMH pic.twitter.com/Dt8CDX6HiW
We've reached Rooms 38–39 in our #MuseumOfTheFuture series. These rooms are known as the Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly Gallery of Clocks and Watches. Mechanical clocks were invented in Western Europe in the medieval period and were first used in cathedrals and churches. This is Room 39, which traces t
...and here's some Anglo-Saxon #Movember inspiration – the Sutton Hoo helmet! #history #moustache
We've reached Rooms 38–39 in our #MuseumOfTheFuture series. These rooms are known as the Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly Gallery of Clocks and Watches. Mechanical clocks were invented in Western Europe in the medieval period and were first used in cathedrals and churches. This is Room 38 and shows a lar
Growing a tache for #Movember? Get some inspiration from the Museum's security team from 1902! #history #archive #moustache
...and here's some Anglo-Saxon #Movember inspiration – the Sutton Hoo helmet! ow.ly/Eco5n pic.twitter.com/4LRRtxIMcd
Growing a tache for #Movember? Get some inspiration from the Museum's security team from 1902! ow.ly/EcnAy pic.twitter.com/lzgwvoH5Xk
Justin II became emperor of the Byzantine Empire #onthisday in 565 ow.ly/DWEW0 pic.twitter.com/8xdrPyXEI3
Something a bit different for the next gallery spaces in the #MuseumOfTheFuture series. This is Room 36. It's at the top of the South stairs and along with Room 37 used to be known as the Central Saloon. Room 36 has a couple of objects on display, including a statue of what is probably Thalia, the M
Wizard of Oz: a financial allegory? Read about a Citi Money Gallery project with @GOSH_School ow.ly/EhPdN pic.twitter.com/7fETKvWi7b
Visit @paddingtonbear's favourite Peruvian objects in the Enlightenment Gallery ow.ly/Ecsv2 @visitlondon pic.twitter.com/K3zhLrhdR4
Explore the #PaddingtonTrail this weekend! Don't miss our friend at the Museum @visitlondon ow.ly/Ecpe4 pic.twitter.com/nHVJWx8EZi
Kids bored this weekend? Create animations in our free #SamsungCentre digital workshops ow.ly/DXubz pic.twitter.com/MqsfcMR442
The mythical 'qilin' greets guests in the Great Court at the #Ming50Years late event! pic.twitter.com/XPA6Wz2sGG
Congratulations to all the museum volunteers who won or were nominated for @MarshAwards ow.ly/EhoKV pic.twitter.com/a2AUPLv6OH