Cleopatra of Egypt (London) Reviews
Description:Showing at the British Museum 12 April | 26 August. Admission £7 Concessions £3.50.
Newest Review: ... path through the exhibition, will continually flip backwards and forwards in time between Roman-era Egypt and Second Millennium Europe. The most logical route through the collection is to ignore these pieces on the outer wall, until you have toured the exhibition of Cleopatra's life, and then go back to it - which counterintuitively involves walking back to the start of the exhibition ... more
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by - written on 26/04/01, updated on 28/04/01 (Very useful, 806 readings)
Just in time to coincide with the Region 1 DVD release of the 1963 film 'Cleopatra', the British Museum has recently opened an exhibition attempting to examine the mysteries behind the Egyptian queen. It's also the first major exhibition to take place in the museum's new Great Court, in a room located above and behind the central reading room. The museum has made real efforts to promote the exhibition, possibly seeking to absolve itself of some of the stigma it acquired following its recent "dull" exhibition about Roman gladiators. Nonetheless, the Cleopatra exhibition has received an equally negative collection of press reviews, ... Read the complete review
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