Emma Brown chose this prosthetic toe made in Egypt 2,600 years ago
‘I’m particularly interested in this object not only for its functional use, but also for its aesthetic appeal, which gives us an insight into the life and status of the wearer.’ https://t.co/jRZfDNhxlI #IDDP2020 https://t.co/n5vqrpUCWS
RT @BritishAcademy_: Explore history & culture in the @britishmuseum's #ArcticExhibition through a series of free online events. On 17 Dec, Professor Julia Black FBA will interview former Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, on whether we can become net carbon zero: https://t.co/fhkHfYb2j1
@beam_ld Book your place for our free Online Late, taking place on Thursday 3 December, when we’ll be celebrating the importance and cultural diversity of the Arctic with Indigenous storytellers, poets, musicians and more: https://t.co/HohiTe3X0T
In partnership with @BorderCrossings https://t.co/H2nYZ63pjE
Mirrored twitter user. not britishmuseum themself. A museum of the world, for the world. Visit the Museum from home at https://t.co/DC2qnpIsU9
House rules: https://t.co/Cuh8WM0b4U
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