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  • The Natural History Museum is one of three large museums on Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, England (the others are the Science Museum, and the Victoria and Albert Museum). Its main frontage is on Cromwell Road.
  • A national museum of antiquities in Bloomsbury, London. Established with public funds in 1753, it includes among its holdings the Magna Carta, the Elgin Marbles, and the Rosetta Stone
  • The British Museum is a museum of human history and culture in London. Its collections, which number more than seven million objects, are amongst the largest and most comprehensive in the world and originate from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its


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Prince Harry At A Public Appearance Canvas Print / Canvas Art – Artist Everett
Prince Harry At A Public Appearance Canvas Print / Canvas Art - Artist Everett
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Statue of Dionysos wearing an ivy wreath ('Sardanapalos' type)

Statue of Dionysos wearing an ivy wreath ('Sardanapalos' type)
Pentelic marble, Roman copy, about AD 40-60, of a Greek original of about 350-325 BC. Said to be from Posilippo, near Naples.
This heavily draped statue of the wine-god Dionysos is one of a number of Roman copies and variants that are based on a lost Greek original. A similar statue in the Vatican Museum was inscribed at a latter period with the name ‘Sardanapalos’, a mythical Assyrian king notorious for his decadent behavior. There is, however, no connection between Sardanapalos and this statue type of Dionysos. While most late Classical images of Dionysos showed him as youthful and slightly effeminate, this bearded version looks back to Archaic representations of the God.

The British Museum, London, UK

The Nereid Monument (390-380 BC)

The Nereid Monument (390-380 BC)
This gallery contains the Nereid Monument, the alrgest and finest of the Lykian tombs found at Xanthos, south-west Turkey. It is named after the figures of Nereids, daughters of the sea-god Nereus, placed between the columns.

The British Museum, London, UK

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Treasures of the British Museum
The British Museum is the most magnificent treasure-house in the world. The wealth and range of its collections is unequalled by any other national museum. The Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon sculptures, Egyptian mummies, drawings by Botticelli and Michelangelo, Assyrian reliefs, the Lewis Chessmen and the Sutton Hoo treasure are all to be found here. Treasures of the British Museum reveals and delights the reader with the intriguing stories behind these treasures and many more. This timely new edition brings the story up to date, with chapters on important acquisitions made by the Museum in the last fifteen years, including the Warren Cup and the ‘Queen of the Night’. A beautiful redesign incorporating full colour photography throughout gives this classic volume a fresh new look.

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