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September/October2014
  • Medea: the mythical murderess
    As it hits the London stage again, the timeless appeal of Euripides' play is obvious but it also had a political message.
    David Stuttard


  • The collector
    Baron Lorne Thyssen-Bornemisza de Kaszon opens the doors of his new London gallery of Classical art.
    Mark Merrony

  • Gold and the gods
    A collection of precious jewellery and amulets in Boston showcases the fine craftsmanship of the Nubians.
    Denise M Doxey and
    Yvonne J Markowitz

  • Ancient lives, new discoveries
    Eight mummies come to life at the British Museum after they are given the latest hospital treatment.
    John H Taylor and
    Daniel Antoine


  • Discovering Tutankhamun: the inside story
    Egyptology's greatest moment is marked by a new exhibition drawn from Howard Carter's archive in the Griffith Institute.
    Jaromir Malek

  • The art of transformation
    The practice and philosophy of yoga are celebrated for the first time in a major show of paintings, sculpture and manuscripts.
    Murray Eiland

  • In the footsteps of
    Genghis Khan

    Leaving no stone unturned in the search for the tomb of the great emperor that takes us on a journey across Mongolia and into China.
    John Man

  • Your country needs you!
    Historian, television presenter and president of the CBA, Dan Snow explains how we can all do our bit for archaeology.
    Diana Bentley

  • The lure of the Orient
    The discovery, destruction and resurrection of the ancient sculpture Baron von Oppenheim found at Tell Halaf in Syria.
    Ulrike Dubiel

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