List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

Click on the titles in the blue bar below [Location, Theme, Contributor Type, etc.] and then choose a category to see a list of objects - e.g. click Theme and then click War. (All objects have been classified by their contributor.)

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Contributor Type

Theme / Leaders / Contributor Type / BM

  1. Statue of Ramesses II Statue of Ramesses II Contributed by The British Museum
  2. Jade bi Jade bi Contributed by The British Museum
  3. Benin plaque: the oba with Europeans Benin plaque: the oba with Europeans Contributed by The British Museum
  4. Tughra of Suleiman the Magnificent Tughra of Suleiman the Magnificent Contributed by The British Museum
  5. Gold coin of Croesus Gold coin of Croesus Contributed by The British Museum
  6. Sphinx of Taharqo Sphinx of Taharqo Contributed by The British Museum
  7. Lachish Reliefs Lachish Reliefs Contributed by The British Museum
  8. Holy Thorn Reliquary Holy Thorn Reliquary Contributed by The British Museum
  9. King Den's sandal label King Den's sandal label Contributed by The British Museum
  10. Maya relief of royal blood-letting Maya relief of royal blood-letting Contributed by The British Museum
  11. Taino ritual seat Taino ritual seat Contributed by The British Museum
  12. Silver plate showing Shapur II Silver plate showing Shapur II Contributed by The British Museum
  13. Sutton Hoo helmet Sutton Hoo helmet Contributed by The British Museum
  14. Coin with head of Alexander Coin with head of Alexander Contributed by The British Museum
  15. Gold coin of Abd al-Malik Gold coin of Abd al-Malik Contributed by The British Museum
  16. Lothair Crystal Lothair Crystal Contributed by The British Museum
  17. Head of Augustus Head of Augustus Contributed by The British Museum
  18. Rosetta Stone Rosetta Stone Contributed by The British Museum
  19. Pillar of Ashoka Pillar of Ashoka Contributed by The British Museum

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