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Remains of ancient Egyptian singer uncovered

Remains of ancient Egyptian singer uncovered | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it
The remains of Nehmes Bastet, a singer who lived 3,000 years ago in Egypt, has been found in the Valley of the Kings.
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How the Egyptian Pyramids Were Built: A New Theory in 3D Animation

How the Egyptian Pyramids Were Built: A New Theory in 3D Animation | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it
Jean-Pierre Houdin spent a couple of decades working as an independent architect around Paris. Then, his career took a big turn.
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Ramses I back in a Royal display at Luxor Museum

Ramses I back in a Royal display at Luxor Museum | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it
With a history equally rich in antiquities and the looting of said antiquities, Egypt is exhaustive in its attempts to recover stolen artifacts. Few items are more prized than the mummified remains of...
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Join AUDITORIA . Mouseion BroadBand page on Facebook

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AUDITORIA . Mouseion BroadBand mission is to Celebrat the Cult of the MUSEs by organizing, coordinating, initiating various types of interdisciplinary activities within the field of Architecture, Museography, museum studies, Archeology, heritage, Art, Exhibition design etc... With the purpose of enhancing knowledge, culture & Awarness, sharing ideas and developing a community of interest and profession.
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London Transport Museum | Displays historical versions of data visualization

London Transport Museum | Displays historical versions of data visualization | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it

London | 6.1.2012 - 22.3.2012

"Often thought of as a 21st century phenomenon, data visualisation – the presentation of information abstracted into a visual form – has been in use since the 2nd century when Egyptian people used tables to organise astronomical information. It was not until the 1920s that the importance and power of data visualisation for examining and making sense of data and information became more widely used."


Via Centre de Documentació del Museu del Disseny de Barcelona
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Nefertiti's Bust

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a new document suggests Borchardt intentionally misled Egyptian authorities about Nefertiti, showing the bust in a poor light and lying about its composition in order to keep his most-prized find.

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1883142_1883129_1883119,00.html #ixzz1m1ly9IJs


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NEW MUSEUM AT THE ARAB WORLD INSTITUTE IMA in PARIS

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Open to the public February 21, 2012

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HowStuffWorks "History of the Rosetta Stone"

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The Rosetta Stone is a free-standing stone inscribed with ancient Egyptian records. Read about the discovery and translations of the Rosetta Stone.
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Augmented Reality Wikipedia comes to the museum

Augmented Reality Wikipedia comes to the museum | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it

An interactive information panels: using the code system to link QRpedia exhibits with Wikipedia articles - these are called automatically in the user's language.

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The engineer, the gardener and the architect - Architecture - Domus

The engineer, the gardener and the architect - Architecture - Domus | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it
A botanical garden designed by Tatiana Bilbao provides an ideal way to bring contemporary art out of the silent rooms of museums and closer to the people...
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Unleash the Power of Technology: How Museums Can Create Engaging Experiences

By going beyond traditional design, museums can leverage technologies to transform visitor experience, familiar element in new context makes information interesting and enhanced their overall experience.

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The Museum of the Future » How social media thinking could help museums to turn out all right

The Museum of the Future » How social media thinking could help museums to turn out all right | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it

A stronger focus on society and well-being will help keep museums relevant in the future, and having a more social media minded organisation will certainly not hurt these efforts.

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Copy of the Mona Lisa by da Vinci student found in Madrid

Copy of the Mona Lisa by da Vinci student found in Madrid | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it
The earliest known copy of the Mona Lisa has been found, painted by a student of Leonardo da Vinci.
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Luxor Museum Extension - Luxor 2004 | Facebook

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Ramses I displayed in Luxor Museum By MOUSEION in 2004

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Paris museum features art designed to trick the eye

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An exhibition featuring ancient and modern optical illusions has opened at the Paris Museum of Decorative Arts. "Trompe l'oeil" takes a look at works designed to trick the eye, from Greek frescoes to innovations in fashion and interior design.
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Museum of Obsolete Objects

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Just when I was feeling pretty young because I didn’t understand some of my older friends’ pop culture references from the 60‘s & 70’s, I came...
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70 percent of books destroyed in fire, says Dar Al-Kotob head

70 percent of books destroyed in fire, says Dar Al-Kotob head | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it

The Daily News Egypt (70 percent of books destroyed in fire, says Dar Al-Kotob head http://t.co/pVafnOGS #AncientEgypt #Egyptology #Archaeology #Egypt...)..." but volunteers go on to restore the historical Library


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When Whales Walked in Egypt | Wired Science | Wired.com

When Whales Walked in Egypt | Wired Science | Wired.com | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it
Dead whale walking (in Egypt) http://t.co/ER6tYQfn...

Via Nigel J.Hetherington
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AUDITORIA . Mouseion BroadBand

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AUDITORIA . Mouseion BroadBand mission is to Celebrat the Cult of the MUSEs by organizing, coordinating, initiating various types of interdisciplinary activities within the field of Architecture, Museography, museum studies, Archeology, heritage, Art, Exhibition design etc... With the purpose of enhancing knowledge, culture & Awarness, sharing ideas and developing a community of interest and profession.

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The story behind the world's oldest museum, built by a Babylonian princess 2,500 years ago

The story behind the world's oldest museum, built by a Babylonian princess 2,500 years ago | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it
In 1925, archaeologist Leonard Woolley discovered a curious collection of artifacts while excavating a Babylonian palace. They were from many different times and places, and yet they were neatly organized and even labeled.
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Arab artists flourishing as uprisings embolden a generation

Arab artists flourishing as uprisings embolden a generation | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it
Innovative and edgy work attracts attention around the world – and record prices at auction (Arab Spring is a window of opportunity for Contemporary Arab Art to flourish...
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In Alexandria, the Villa Aghion by the Perret brothers gutted ! - The Art Tribune

In Alexandria, the Villa Aghion by the Perret brothers gutted ! - The Art Tribune | AUDITORIA, mouseion Broadband | Scoop.it

In concluding, is it possible for a country with such a rich heritage and which has engendered so many vocations among artists, architects and art historians to massacre it in silence ? Is the lure of tourist revenues no longer enough ? We shouldn’t forget that the Egyptian Minister of Culture recently ran for the post of Secretary General at Unesco !

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a muséal Quote

“In the information society we are in danger of losing sight of contexts. Museums and exhibitions can offer a place where contexts of meaning can be experienced and opened up to discussion, where the roots of the present are revealed in the past and knowledge is conveyed in a way that restores our capacity for astonishment and inquiry.”
Monika Griefahn

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