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The World of Stonehenge at the British Museum [London]

A Bronze Age gold cup, formed from one sheet of gold and decorated with horizontal concentric corrugations, which continue downwards from the middle in a convex manner and upwards in a concave, terminating at the bottom around a central boss and flattenin
The Rillaton cup ©

The World of Stonehenge
17 February – 17 July 2022

The Rillaton Cup, discovered in Cornwall in 1837, has been on long-term loan to the British Museum since 1936. It has now been reunited with similar gold cups, as well as further prehistoric material, in the first major exhibition focusing on the culture and people of the period of the building of Stonehenge, the world-famous monument in Wiltshire.

Other items from the Royal Collection are on long-term loan to the The British Museum

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