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The British Museum

'Just Stories?' #07

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The British Museum in London gets nearly six million visitors a year. It has one of the largest collections in the world, with eight million objects. About seventy thousand of these are on display to the public. The most popular attraction is probably its collection of ancient Egyptian mummies.

The British Museum is important for us in this series because many of the objects on display come from the world of the Bible – from ancient Assyria, Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Rome. These objects help us to understand the Bible better, and - in some cases - they dramatically confirm what it says.

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