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Thrilling: Hieroglyphs – unlocking ancient Egypt, at the British Museum, reviewed

5 November 2022

9:00 AM

5 November 2022

9:00 AM

Hieroglyphs: unlocking ancient Egypt

British Museum, until 19 February 2023

Visions of Ancient Egypt

Sainsbury Centre, Norwich, until 1 January 2023

‘Poor old Mornington Crescent, I feel sorry for it with this highly made-up neighbour blocking the view it had enjoyed,’ commiserated Professor C.H. Reilly in the Architects’ Journal in 1928. He was talking about the new reinforced-concrete Carreras cigarette factory designed by architects Marcus Evelyn and Owen Hyman Collins that had just gone up across from the station.

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