Fifty years after the second largest earthquake, a look at past events indicates that magnitude isn’t the only thing that makes an earth tremor significant.
Archives for March 2014
It is interesting that Levina Teerlinc (c1510/1520 – 1576), a female Flemish portrait miniaturist, garnered such royal favour in the court of Henry VIII.
The British Museum’s new permanent gallery showcases the Sutton Hoo ship burial in the context of Medieval Europe and beyond. New interpretations, new finds, and more.
Genghis Khan’s grandson, Kublai Khan, founded the Yuan (also known as the Mongol) dynasty – the shortest-lived major dynasty in Chinese history.
V&A museum’s exhibit, William Kent, Designing Georgian Britain, looks at the artist’s legacy and influence on designs and tastes in the 18th century.