We’ll be looking at fascinating fragments of ancient Greek sculpture later today in a behind-the-scenes Facebook Live! Curator Peter Higgs will give you an exclusive tour of objects in storage, explaining how they are used for ongoing research and artistic inspiration.
Join us at 18.00 BST for the Live broadcast!
I don't think I've visited the British Museum since a sixth form school trip......I'm sure Fiona Green and Penny Ward will remember the day! I'd love to revisit the London museums now I can really appreciate the exhibits.
I LOVE ancient Greek sculpture!!!❤
Holy crap! I literally can't wait!!!!!!! Wooooo!!!!
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