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Cast bronze relief of the three Graces from Egypt, Classical period - from the UCL Institute of Archaeology Collections.

Clay cat figurine, Chimu, Peru, G.0057 - from the UCL Ethnography Collection.

Pair of gold earrings from Ancient Egypt, Greco/Roman period, 100 BC – 200 AD - from the UCL Institute of Archaeology Collections.

Cowboy boot, United States of America, I.0068 - from the UCL Ethnography Collection

Stone sculpture of a lion from Egypt - Greco-Roman period, 332 BC – 330 AD - from the UCL Institute of Archaeology Collections.

Carved figurine, Nigeria, M.0072 - from the UCL Ethnography Collection.

Ancient Greek silver coin, from Athens: 400-¬300 BC - from the UCL Institute of Archaeology Collections

Basket, Madagascar, Wellcome Collection H.0017 - from the UCL Ethnography Collection.

Rhodian perfume bottle in the form of helmeted warrior's head 600-550 BC - UCL Institute of Archaeology Collections.

Fish hook, Polynesia, Cuming Collection C.0025 - from the UCL Ethnography Collection.

Fingerprint kit, 1892.  Box of material for portable finger print work – contains blotters, ink, roller, glass slide, and bottle of turpentine, reference 050 - UCL Galton Collection.

Multi-coloured glass inlay fragment from Egypt ­ Ptolemaic period, 100 BC – ­100 AD -  UCL Institute of Archaeology Collections.

Orrery, 1818, used for the investigation of the relationship between earth, moon, sun and planets (reference 061). - UCL Galton Collection

Turtleshell ornament, Torres Straits Islands, Oceania, J.0043 - UCL Ethnography Collection

Collapsible brass and leather Chinese lantern, date unknown (reference 018) - UCL Galton Collection

Echidna (also known as Spiny Anteater) - UCL Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.

Ceramic figurine from Teotihiacan, Mexico, 200 BC – 200 AD - UCL Institute of Archaeology Collections.

Seahorses facing in fluid - UCL Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.

Glass eyes: tin of 16 glass eyes of different colours - UCL Galton Collection.

Comb, Democratic Republic of Congo (P.0004 ) - UCL Ethnography Collection.

Research Image - UCL Bartlett School of Architecture

Elephant Shrew - UCL Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy

“I could never live like you do” (film still) by Rebecca Lennon - the UCL Slade School of Fine Arts Degree Show 2010

Sanza, Democratic Republic of Congo, K.0024 - UCL Ethnography Collection

Rope, digital print, dimensions variable; Hyo Myoung Kim, 2009 - UCL Slade School of Fine Arts Degree Show 2010.

Lobster. Lobsters belong to the group of decapods, which is Latin for "ten-footed" - UCL Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.

Hand dynamometer c.1885.  Instrument for measuring strength of hand grip (reference 038) - UCL Galton Collection.

Archimedean Spiral, Dr Martin Artman - Medical Physics & Bioengineering.

Platypus Taxidermy (Z20) - UCL Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy. 

Brass sextant with primitive artificial horizon (reference 004) - UCL Galton Collection

Emperor Scorpion - UCL Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.

Group of ivory dice (possibly Roman) from Tell el-ŒAjjul, Palestine - UCL Institute of Archaeology Collections.

CJ Lim: Olympic Paris 2012 Landmark Competition, 2004 - UCL Bartlett School of Architecture

Grass Snake skeleton in fluid (Ref. X50) - UCL Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.

 

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