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Archaeology at the British Museum

27 January 2011 – 10 March 2011

With over 8 million objects from every culture, the British Museum is one of world’s leading national museums. But with over 70 galleries to choose from it’s easy to miss some of its less well-known, yet still fascinating, treasures.

In this series of tours, we take the time to look at some of these objects and artefacts in greater detail and focus on the museum’s outstanding archaeological materials in the Roman Empire, Roman Britain and early Britain and Europe galleries.

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