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The scientific study of Egyptian mummies, initial phase, 1973–79
Alan Curry

and also a BBC Chronicle programme. The educational films produced by the Audio-Visual Department of the University of Manchester won awards from the British Association for the Advancement of Science (David 2008: 6): 21.4  A scanning electron micrograph of an adult woodworm beetle (Anobium punctatum) found in a wooden coffin. (Photograph by Alan Curry.) science in egyptology 273 Revelations of a Mummy (alternative title Life and Death in Ancient Egypt), a BBC Chronicle programme, first broadcast in early 1977 Unwrapping of 1770 Manchester Techniques and

in Mummies, magic and medicine in ancient Egypt
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Caroline Sturdy Colls
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Kevin Simon Colls

.1080/13527258.2016.1191524. 20 TNA, DO35/6145, ‘Anglo-German Agreement on German War Graves in United Kingdom Territory’; TNA, HO284/84, ‘Anglo-German War Graves Agreement’, 1959; CWGC, PA UKC/10823, ‘Members of the German Todt Organisation’, 7 December 1961. 21 For the official death toll cited by Major Pantcheff, see Pantcheff, Alderney Fortress Island , p. 73. 22 D. Stone, ‘“The Greatest Detective Story in History”: The BBC, the International Tracing

in 'Adolf Island'
Open Access (free)
Melanie Giles

their collections as well as archaeology’s prominence in the media (Aitchison 2011 ). Indeed, the BBC’s first-ever commissioned archaeology series, Buried Treasure (Clack and Brittain 2007 ), featured an initial programme on archaeology as a form of ‘big science’ before episode two, ‘The Peat Bog Murder Mystery of Tollund Man’ (BBC 1954 – trumping Stonehenge, which fell to episode three). Starring the clipped tones of Glyn Daniel and Mortimer Wheeler, it brought the phenomenon of the well-preserved bog mummy to the British public long before the translation of P

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Alderney, ‘Official Report of the States of the Island of Alderney. The Court House, Alderney, Wednesday, 18 March 2015’, www.alderney.gov.gg/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=95454&p=0 . (accessed 3 March 2018). 94 BBC News, ‘Should Alderney make its wartime camps tourist attractions?’ (20 October 2017), www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-guernsey-40940531 (accessed 20 October 2017). 95 Ibid. 96 Victor Brownlees, pers. comm

in 'Adolf Island'
Robert Connolly
and
Glenn Godenho

, Mr A. Tahl and Mr S. Osman from the Department of Antiquities in Cairo, and Professor A. Abdalla from the Department of Anatomy at Cairo University (among others, including a BBC television recording crew). Several X-ray pictures were taken in extremely cramped conditions, amid the TV team and scientists plus the usual crowds of tourists. They were of course rewarded with the first almost public viewing of the actual mummy of Tutankhamun since 11 November 1925 when Douglas Derry attempted his famous autopsy (see Derry 1927 for a report and Leek 1972 for a more

in Mummies, magic and medicine in ancient Egypt
Open Access (free)
Melanie Giles

and dried in a remarkable manner’ (Lukis 1892 : ix). The slightly glossy, madder-brown hue produced by the peat thus lends such remains a sense of antiquity, even permanence. Heaney ( 1972 : 36) captures this beautifully in ‘The Tollund Man’: the fen’s ‘dark juices working / Him to a saint’s kept body’. Glyn Daniel also evoked how this corpse produced a sense of ‘humanity, serenity … as if carved in ebony’ while his fellow presenter, Mortimer Wheeler, described him as ‘the most haunting relic of antiquity I have ever seen’ (BBC 1954 ). Such ‘haunting power

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Foe, facilitator, friend or forsaken?
Bryony Onciul

sacred bundle by a member of the Blackfoot Confederacy, which disrupted further repatriation negotiations with the museum at the time (see Onciul, Museums, Heritage and Indigenous Voice, 62). 26 On this point, see Phillips, Chapter 9 above. AFN and CMA, Turning the Page: Forging New Partnerships between Museums and First Peoples, Task Force Report on Museums and First Peoples (Ottawa: Carleton University, 1992); RCAP, Report on the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (Ottawa: The Commission, 1996), http://hdl.handle.net/1974/6874. Accessed 22 August 2016. 27 BBC

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The politics of co-collecting
Sean Mallon

Culture, National Museum of World Culture, Leiden, Netherlands, 19–20 October 2015. 14 ‘Museum of London Collecting Cuts Protest Placards’, BBC (2 April 2011), www. bbc.com/news/uk-england-london-12921158. Accessed 20 November 2016; Click! A crowd-curated exhibition, www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/​click/.​ Accessed 20 November 2016. 15 S. Gibson, ‘Case Study: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa’, in O. Rhys and Z. Baveystock (eds), Collecting the Contemporary: A Handbook for Social History Museums (Edinburgh: MuseumsEtc, 2014), pp. 440–6. 16 L. Townsend

in Curatopia
Caroline Sturdy Colls
and
Kevin Simon Colls

.timesofisrael.com/in-nazi-occupied-britain-graves-at-alderneys-little-auschwitz-may-be-defiled/ (accessed 16 October 2017); T. Freeman-Keel, From Auschwitz to Alderney and Beyond . (Malvern Wells: Seek Publishing, 1996); BBC, ‘Should Alderney make its wartime camps tourist attractions?’, www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-guernsey-40940531 (accessed 20 October 2017). 7 Photographs of the remnants of Sylt were included in W.G. Ramsey, The War in the Channel Islands: Then and Now (London: Battle of Britain Prints International Limited, 1981

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.). Советские люди в Европейском сопротивлении. (Воспоминания и документы). Часть II. М., 1991. —С. 291). 180 Applebaum, Gulag , p. 230. 181 L. Ash, ‘Joseph Stalin’s deadly railway to nowhere’, www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-18116112 (accessed 10 May 2020). 182 Kondakov, ‘Alderney Island (Great Britain) and France’, p. 291. 183

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