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  1. 02/08/2021 · The Ashmolean is the University of Oxford’s museum of art and archaeology, founded in 1683. Our world famous collections range from Egyptian mummies to contemporary art, telling human stories across cultures and across time.

  2. Un museo (del latín, musēum y este, a su vez, del griego, Μουσείον, 'santuario de las musas') [2] es una institución pública o privada, permanente, con o sin fines de lucro, al servicio de la sociedad y de su desarrollo, y abierta al público, que adquiere, conserva, investiga, comunica, expone o exhibe, con propósitos de estudio y educación, colecciones de arte, científicas ...

  3. The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology (/ æ ʃ ˈ m oʊ l i ən, ˌ æ ʃ m ə ˈ l iː ən /) on Beaumont Street, Oxford, England, is the world's second university museum (after the establishment of the Kunstmuseum Basel in 1661 by the University of Basel in Switzerland) and Britain's first public museum.

  4. collections.ashmolean.orgAshmolean

    The Ashmolean has reached its initial target of making 25% of the museum's objects available online by 2020. We continue to add and update collection records on an ongoing basis. For more information see About .

  5. A building was constructed to receive it, and this, soon after being opened to the public in 1683, became known as the Ashmolean Museum. Although there is some ambivalence in the use of museum in the legislation, drafted in 1753, founding the British Museum , nevertheless the idea of an institution called a museum and established to preserve and display a collection to the public was well ...

  6. Instrumentos Amati en el Museo Ashmolean, Oxford. Andrea Amati Violín, 1564 (ex colección real francesa) Viola; Instrumentos Amati en la Royal Academy of Music Museum, Londres; Instrumento Amati en el Museo y Galería de Arte Tullie House, Carlisle; Andrea Amati Violín, 1564 (ex colección real francesa) En la cultura popular

  7. La Galleria dell'Accademia di Firenze è un museo statale italiano, sito in via Ricasoli accanto all'Accademia di belle arti.. La galleria espone il maggior numero di sculture di Michelangelo al mondo (ben sette), fra cui il celeberrimo David.