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Armchair explorers can use their computers for a scientific expedition in search of answers to history's mysteries, thanks to the work of a team led by two scientists from Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
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Dame Jessica Rawson introduces the British Museum exhibition, Treasures from Shanghai: Ancient Chinese Bronzes and Jades (30 January - 27 March 2009), and the accompanying catalogue of the same title.
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The problems in the interpretation of the taotie motif on Shang bronzes, by Elena Moreno, forms part of East Asia Journal, Volume I No 1.
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James W Allan, the former Keeper of Eastern Art at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, reputedly the oldest museum in the world, relates the story behind the establishment of the museum. This article is part of a special issue of Eastern Art Report, subtitled 'Eastern Art in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford,' which appeared in EAR's 'Great Museums of the World' series.
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