The Lansdowne Relief

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The Lansdowne Relief is the Department of Antiquity’s newest acquisition, although it has been on loan to the Museum since 2004 and on display in the Greek and Roman Gallery since 2010.

What is it?
What does it depict?

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How did it come
to England?

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What happened
after excavation?

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How are we treating
the Relief now?

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What are we
planning?

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The Fitzwilliam Museum : The Lansdowne Relief

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