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British Museum

Roman poet Virgil was born #onthisday in 70 BC. This wooden writing-tablet found near Hadrian’s Wall contains a line from his Aeneid
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Japanese artist Tani Bunchō painted this beautiful silk scroll in the late 1700s. It’s 5 metres long! ow.ly/sHsQ30fQUp6
This scroll tells the story of a fisherman who discovers a paradise where people live far from the troubles of the everyday world
Roman poet Virgil was born #onthisday in 70 BC. This wooden writing-tablet found near Hadrian’s Wall contains a line from his Aeneid
Our five-star autumn exhibition explores the lives of the #Scythians – book tickets here: ow.ly/5dSe30fR4KT
The #Scythians knew how to have a good time – they drank wine & smoked hemp. Our Curator explains more in this video youtube.com/watch?v=mI7tfp…
This 4,600-year-old ostrich egg jar was found in the ancient Mesopotamian city of Ur, in the south of modern-day Iraq #WorldEggDay
Explore animal patterns and make a 3D model in our free #SamsungCentre workshop for under 5s and parents & carers: ow.ly/zWBP30fQSnZ
Peacocks were symbols of beauty and luxury in the Islamic world. This finely decorated steel peacock was made in Iran in the 19th century
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Read about the strange folkloric history attributed to this 2,900-year-old mummy-board here: ow.ly/3ueS30fQHbl #FridayThe13th
‘The Unlucky Mummy’ had a reputation for bringing misfortune. It was falsely said to be on the Titanic when it sunk in 1912! #FridayThe13th
Peacocks were symbols of beauty and luxury in the Islamic world. This finely decorated steel peacock was made in Iran in the 19th century
The first #Oktoberfest took place #onthisday in 1810. These magnificent tankards were all made in Germany. Prost! 🍻I
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Leaf through the pages of history and learn more about books from around the world in our blog post📚blog.britishmuseum.org/world-book-day…h#LibrariesWeekkP
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Assyrian King Ashurbanipal attempted to collect all the knowledge in the world in his library! See some of it in Room 55 #LibrariesWeek 📚�Ay
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Don’t miss a virtuoso musical performance by @Impropera, who’ll be singing the #Scythians to life! Book a free place ow.ly/eMGt30fGrxl
Explore the #Scythians tomorrow at our late event through film, performance, cheese tasting & embroidery workshops ow.ly/1pdQ30fPEmg
Buy tickets for our major autumn exhibition here: ow.ly/ZOf330fKokN
#Scythians were renowned as fearsome warriors – but what made them so deadly? Exhibition Curator St John explains youtube.com/watch?v=dmuS7s…
The first #Oktoberfest took place #onthisday in 1810. These magnificent tankards were all made in Germany. Prost! 🍻I
In this blog post, playwright and Museum Trustee @PatriciaCumper talks about what #BlackHistoryMonth means to her blog.britishmuseum.org/what-black-his…
This statue depicts the Aztec creation god Quetzalcoatl. In the Nahuatl language, quetzal means feather and coatl means serpent
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Leaf through the pages of history and learn more about books from around the world in our blog post📚blog.britishmuseum.org/world-book-day…h#LibrariesWeekkP
Assyrian King Ashurbanipal attempted to collect all the knowledge in the world in his library! See some of it in Room 55 #LibrariesWeek 📚�Ay
This statue depicts the Aztec creation god Quetzalcoatl. In the Nahuatl language, quetzal means feather and coatl means serpent
 
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