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Rome: City and Empire, National Museum Australia Summer Show

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National Museum of Australia exhibition Rome: City and Empire, opens 21 September – 3 Feb, 2019 showcasing 200 objects from cities of the Empire of ancient Rome

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South Africa: The Art of a Nation – The British Museum

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The British Museum at London’s new exhibition South Africa: The Art of a Nation traces the evolution of South Africa and its people through 100,000 years of art

Egypt: Faith After The Pharaohs – On Show The British Museum

Egypt: Faith After The Pharaohs – On Show The British Museum

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Egypt: Faith After The Pharaohs, an exhibition at the British Museum 29 October to 7 February 2016 presents the evolution of post-pharaonic Egypt to present day

The Celts Art and Identity – British Museum Explores Culture

The Celts Art and Identity – British Museum Explores Culture

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The British Museum has announced their latest exhibition will examine the full history of Celtic art and identity, a story unfolding over a period of 2500 years

The Waddesdon Bequest: A Rothschild Renaissance, Free to All

The Waddesdon Bequest: A Rothschild Renaissance, Free to All

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The Waddesdon Bequest: A Rothschild Renaissance is an exhibition opening on 11 June 2015 at The British Museum in a beautiful new gallery, FREE admission to all

The British Museum Exhibitions 2015 – Enduring Civilisations

The British Museum Exhibitions 2015 – Enduring Civilisations

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In 2015 The British Museum presents a range of exhibitions and events including the Body Beautiful in Ancient Greece, the Celts, Bonaparte and the British

Assyria to Iberia: at the Dawn of the Classic Age – The Met

Assyria to Iberia: at the Dawn of the Classic Age – The Met

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Opening September 22, 2014 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York there will be a landmark exhibition, Assyria to Iberia at the Dawn of the Classical Age

Life & Death in Pompeii & Herculaneum – Twin Cities of Fate

Life & Death in Pompeii & Herculaneum – Twin Cities of Fate

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Life & Death in Pompeii & Herculaneum, on show at The British Museum from March – September 2013, reminding us the victims were mundanely and poignantly real