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Unpicking History

We went to the British Museum to see their exhibition on Egyptian Hieroglyphs. The most interesting section, for me, was the description of the hunt to decipher this unique and almost lost language. A French Egyptologist and and English polymath … Continue reading

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You Built A Henge? #britishmuseum #exhibition

Why would you want to build a henge? Michael Flanders, above had an idea but really, can we say for sure what drove our ancestors to take time out from their busy schedules, to down tools, fold away the sheepskin … Continue reading

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And How Do You Like Your Tea, Sir?

I’m an innocent most things. A true child. A Naivete on legs. We spent this morning at the British Museum at the Peru, a journey in time exhibition. There was a lot on the various civilisations who have peopled the … Continue reading

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I Object

One of the joys of being a teenager in the 1970s was the plethora of magazines. No, not those sort of magazines, though I did have ‘friends’ who read a few of the ‘top shelf’ variety. One magazine I did … Continue reading

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