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Mummies of the World at the Milwaukee Public Museum

Mummies of the World at the Milwaukee Public Museum

. January 30, 2011 . 0 Comments

Mummies of the World, the largest traveling exhibition ever assembled, is currently at the Milwaukee Public Museum until May 30, 2011, when it will head to the Northeast and then make it’s way throughout museums in the U.S. Featuring 150 never-before-seen real human and animal mummies from Asia, Oceania, Europe, Egypt and South America, including […]

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Tullie House Museum Presents Roman Exhibition

Tullie House Museum Presents Roman Exhibition

. January 17, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Tullie House Museum presents The Eagles Have Landed an exhibition on view 29th January 2011 – 13th March 2011. In 69AD the Roman World acquired a new Emperor. His name was Vespasian. His face was on the Imperial coinage and Rome was on the march. His ambition was to complete the conquest of Britain, […]

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Monochrome Ceramics from Ancient Mexico on View at the Fowler Museum

. January 9, 2011 . 0 Comments

The sculpted, carved, and incised vessels in Fowler in Focus: Monochrome Ceramics from Ancient Mexico—on view at the Fowler Museum through January 23, 2011—testify to the rich ceramic history of ancient Mexico. In stark contrast to brilliantly painted Mesoamerican ceramics, the makers of these objects seem to have deliberately rejected color in favor of an […]

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Islamic art from the Khalili Collections on View in Amsterdam

Islamic art from the Khalili Collections on View in Amsterdam

. January 4, 2011 . 0 Comments

De Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam presents highlights from one of the world’s most renowned collections of Islamic art. Passion for Perfection will include some 500 objects from the collection of Professor Nasser D. Khalili. On view through 17 April 2011, De Nieuwe Kerk will glitter with richly illuminated Qur’ans and manuscripts, paintings, gold, jewels, textiles, […]

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Crosby Garrett Roman Helmet Appeal Ends

. December 20, 2010 . 0 Comments

Following the auction of the Crosby Garrett Roman helmet Tullie House are now ending the ‘Keep it in Cumbria Appeal’. In the three weeks leading up to the auction Tullie House were able to raise £1.96 million. Richard Speirs, Chairman of the Friends of Tullie House said: “I have been amazed by the breathtaking response […]

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