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Topic - British Museum
A nearly 2,600-year-old clay cylinder described as the world's first human rights declaration is being shown for the first time in the United States.
A novelist, a duchess and a tabloid newspaper have ignited an explosive debate in Britain: Is it all right to criticize a pregnant Kate?
The art world loves hype. Works are touted as the biggest, the rarest, the most expensive.
The British Museum plans to take visitors into the streets, salons and bedrooms of the ancient Roman world with a major exhibition about the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum announced Thursday.
The British Museum says it has been given a complete set of 100 etchings by Pablo Picasso thanks to a donation from a financier.
Style icon Pippa Middleton took a front row seat as one of her favorite designers, Temperley London, unveiled its Spring/Summer 2012 collection at London Fashion Week.
More than a million tickets for an international festival celebrating William Shakespeare as "the world's playwright" will go on sale next month.
And then there were some _ lots, in fact.