Dance mask in the form of a demon's face, with horns and a red tongue sticking out.

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Explore videos from our experts covering two million years of human history, as well as behind-the-scenes clips on how we care for and research the collection. Listen to the latest edition of our Membercast with Iszi Lawrence featuring Professor Alice Roberts, author of Ancestors, as they discuss what burial sites can tell us about Britain's prehistory.

 

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Members can explore over 100 issues of the British Museum Magazine online. Enjoy hundreds of articles from our world-leading experts on the collection, its history, research and conservation.

Our Spring/Summer 2022 edition explores the many attributes female spiritual figures ahead of The Citi exhibition Feminine power: the divine to the demonicYou can also learn about research into international connections in the world of Stonehenge.

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British Museum Membercast

Every month comedian, podcaster and super-fan Iszi Lawrence (The Z List Dead List) presents snippets from exclusive Members' lectures at the Museum, artfully woven together with interviews and her own musings.

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Ancestors with Professor Alice Roberts

September 2021

Iszi speaks to Professor Alice Roberts, author of Ancestors, to discover what burial sites can tell us about Britain's prehistory.

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Discover new journeys through the Museum with our Members-exclusive object trails. Get closer to Anglo-Saxon finery from Sutton Hoo and other objects from the 6th and 7th centuries AD. Or take on the highlight trail and encounter lesser-known but fascinating objects from the collection.

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