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Living with gods: peoples, places and worlds beyondWith no known culture in the world or history without religious beliefs, The British Museum explores the practice and expression of these beliefs with its new exhibition, Living with gods: peoples, places and worlds beyond. The exhibition comes as part of a collaborative project between the British Museum, Penguin Books and the BBC, building on a Radio 4 series presented by the former director of the British Museum, Neil MacGregor, who believes that Britain is trying to become the first society in history to function without a religious belief at its core. The exhibition, meanwhile, will look at the benefits and risks of the expression of these beliefs in terms of co-existence and conflict in societies such as 17th-18th century Japan, China and the Soviet Union. It will also consider the neurological and psychological triggers as well as the mystical and sociological aspects of belief, showcasing everyday objects relating to world faiths alongside remarkable historical pieces such as an 18th century replica of a Hindu ceremonial chariot.

 

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British Museum,   Great Russell Street      WC1B 3DG
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PRICING  £17 (Adults), £14 (16-18yr olds), under 16s Free, National Art Pass £8.50, concs £14
DATES  8th November 2018 to 24th February 2019
VENUE  British Museum 
Be transported back to ancient Iraq in the 7th century BC, when Ashurbanipal became the most powerful person on earth. From his capital at Nineveh, he ruled a vast and diverse empire, shaping the lives of people from the shores of the eastern Mediterranean to the mountains of western Iran. This major British Museum exhibition tells the story of Ash... More about this event
 
Witnesses: Emigre Medallists In BritainWitnesses: Emigre Medallists In BritainFor hundreds of years, artists from other countries have come to Britain and designed important and beautiful medals, adding a new element to British art history. This exhibition features a range of medals spanning six centuries, many of which document important historical events and famous figures.2019-02-20T10:00:00+00002019-04-07T00:00:00+0100 Where:
British Museum,   Great Russell Street      WC1B 3DG
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British Museum,   Great Russell Street      WC1B 3DG
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British Museum,   Great Russell Street      WC1B 3DG
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event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Painting
DATES  11th April to 21st July 2019
VENUE  British Museum 
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VENUE  British Museum 
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DATES  21st November 2019 to 8th March 2020
VENUE  British Museum 
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