List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Theme / Death / BBC Area / England - York & North Yorks

  1. Tudor Heart Burial Urn Tudor Heart Burial Urn Contributed by Museum
  2. World War 1 Death Memorial Plaque World War 1 Death Memorial Plaque Contributed by Individual
  3. I will remember him I will remember him Contributed by Individual
  4. Statue of St George on St Mary's Church Statue of St George on St Mary's Church Contributed by Museum
  5. A christ from the Western Front, 1914 A christ from the Western Front, 1914 Contributed by Individual
  6. Peruvian Human Head Vessel Peruvian Human Head Vessel Contributed by Museum
  7. Egyptian Coffin Egyptian Coffin Contributed by Museum
  8. Sir Henry Slingsby's Shirt Sir Henry Slingsby's Shirt Contributed by Museum
  9. Donor Panel in Stained Glass Window Donor Panel in Stained Glass Window Contributed by Museum
  10. Grave Stone With Rebus Grave Stone With Rebus Contributed by Museum
  11. Captain Lawrence Oates' Medals Captain Lawrence Oates' Medals Contributed by Museum
  12. Eye from an Egyptian mummy Eye from an Egyptian mummy Contributed by Museum
  13. St. William's Shrine St. William's Shrine Contributed by Museum
  14. Egyptian Anubis Mask Egyptian Anubis Mask Contributed by Museum

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