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- Audio: Britons on Hajj
- Audio: Hajj: curator’s intro
- Audio: Hajj and the future
- Audio: Hajj among pilgrimages
- Audio - Hajj: a journey
- Audio: Cracking the Egyptian
- Audio: Liu Dan in conversation
- Audio: 31 BC
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- Audio: Jamaica: Hans Sloane's
- Audio: Horses
- Audio: The horse
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- Audio: Shakespeare performance
Horses: archaeology, history and myth
Catherine Johns, formerly British Museum and author of Horses: History, Myth, Art, looks at the archaeological evidence for different horse breeds and members of the horse family across the world, and discusses horse myths from different cultures.
This event took place on 16 July 2012.
Image: Fragment of a carved relief featuring three horses drawing a chariot. From the north-west palace, Nimrud, Assyria (modern-day Iraq). Neo-Assyrian, 9th century BC.
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