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Domed stud from legionary apron

This was part of the legionary soldier’s armour. Metal discs like these hung on leather straps from the soldier’s belt....

Domed stud from legionary apron

This was part of the legionary soldier’s armour. Metal discs like these hung on leather straps from the soldier’s belt....

Domed stud from legionary apron

This was part of the legionary soldier’s armour. Metal discs like these hung on leather straps from the soldier’s belt....

Roof boss

This roof boss comes from the ceiling of a room in the Bishop’s Palace which was demolished in the 19th century. It is similar to the roof bosses in Exeter...

Japanese triptych book

Japanese triptych book About 1860. Colour woodblock print. Utagawa (Gountei) Sadahide , Utagawa Yoshitora, Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Utagawa Kunitsuna, Morikawa Chikashige, Utagawa Yoshifusa and Toyohara Kunichika. Triptych book formed by 12 ukiyo-e prints by various woodblock print designers that include scenes from the renowned tale of the 47 Ronin and other historical and battle scenes. The […]

The role of women on display

Many indigenous cultures are patriarchies (societies in which men hold power) and therefore the prestigious items are generally made and used by men. These also happen to be the items that are on display in most museums, with  RAMM being no exception. This leads to some absence of women and their roles in society in […]

50 shades of brown

This includes a wide variety of essential tasks including the processing of object information of the collection database, taking measurements of objects and photography. The photograph shows former team mate Katrina Dring in the World Cultures gallery holding a long spatulate spear-club from the Marquesas Islands.  It’s called a parahua and measures 3.26m in length!  Katrina is sadly […]