With Halloween quickly approaching, you may have started the “Oh no, why did I wait so long costume ,” thought process. Stress a little less and check out these THEMUSEUM costumes inspired by exhibitions and events of the past and present.
Do you consider history to be comprised of facts from the past that are set in stone? Or are you open to the idea that new discoveries may actually change what we previously thought was true, and allow for new information to help continually mould our understanding of the past?
In 1813 Jean-Louis Burckhardt, a Swiss explorer, stumbled upon what appeared to be a very large statue of King Ramesses II.
There are a number of ancient Egyptian inventions that many people around the world still use today.
Strange chests have been discovered in ancient tombs throughout Egypt, typically containing four smaller jar-shaped objects depicting animal and human heads.
Ever since “Justine” – a 3,000 year old mummy – has come to THEMUSEUM, visitors have been lining up to see her. Naturally, people want to know more about her.
The volunteer of the month is: Juliane Hartwig-Fisher! Congratulations!
We really enjoy the conversations we have on Twitter and we are now able to talk to 10,000 of you as we just hit 10,000 followers!
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