We looked inside some of the tweets by @ArtHistoryBRU and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Following Aidan Dodson's lecture last night, we have been playing around with the fragments of Amenhotep son of Hapu's coffin and present this new reconstruction combining pieces from @TheEgyptCentre, @ArtHistoryBRU, @World_Museum, @MuseumGrenoble, @EgyptianMuseumC, & Stockholm! https://t.co/3nPeqUY5Mp
5/9 Reverse of Ur III period (21st c. BCE) cuneiform tablet with written characters and cylinder seal impressions @ArtHistoryBRU (O.0181) #PLD, 6 interactive views in pixel+ viewer on the heritage object at the same time https://t.co/LQilAwRo30 @KU_Leuven https://t.co/0DWG4aG4ud
Thanks to several @belspo & @FWOVlaanderen funded projects several thousands of ancient Mesopotamian #cuneiform tablets are already recorded, available and used for research with this technology, in #Belgium examples @artskuleuven @ArtHistoryBRU @ugent @MuseeMariemont ... https://t.co/2sH5flNxqw