Category Archives: Museum Exhibition

3000 and 5

This post marks my 3,000th post. Overall (which includes 34 posts not by me) there are 1,731,220 words on my blog. Taking the average number of words from the overall posts and the overall words, I have written approximately 1,711,818 … Continue reading

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188 to Russell Square

Emma Hamilton (1765-1815) was an amazing woman and I won’t hear a word said against her. Before today I would have said she was simply the woman who became Horatio Nelson’s lover but now, thanks to the fantastic exhibition at … Continue reading

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Collisions in Switzerland

I had a great day at work yesterday. Most of it was spent researching the Thames Ironworks, which is where the information came from for yesterday’s post about Chuck Mare. Thames Ironworks is a bit of a problem because it … Continue reading

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Beauty back in time

A long time ago (about 40,000 years to be, sort of, precise) someone carved a bit of ivory into the form of a naked woman. The little figurine then laid in a cave waiting for someone to find it. Unfortunately … Continue reading

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