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    British Museum - Welcome to the British Museum Particularly good for Ancient History and Asia. Webquests for students.

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    British Museum Exhibition - Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum Wall painting of the baker Terentius Neo and wife

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    Life and Death in Pompeii - Exhibition at the British Museum ( 23 March 2013) Preserved under ash, their rediscovery nearly 1,700 years later provided an unparalleled glimpse into the daily life of the Roman Empire.

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    Wall painting of the baker Terentius Neo and his wife from the House of Terentius Neo, Pompeii, 50 to 79AD. © Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei / Trustees of the British Museum. Will be screened Globally

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