Do you capitalize museum in British museum?
Only when referring to the British Museum
Yes. Examples: Ayala Museum Melbourne Museum
Yes, you must always capitalize the word 'British'.
The word British should be capitalized.
Yes, because British is a propernou n.
British Museum was created in 2000.
Yes. It should be --- British Colonial Policy.
There are 587 galleries in the British Museum.
Capitalize it when it forms part of the proper noun. Examples: BBC History Computer History Museum
The 'B' should be capitalised.
The British Museum is located in London, England. The address is:- British Museum, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG, United Kingdom is where the British Museum is located.
The British Museum
British Golf Museum was created in 1990.
The British Museum Friends was created in 1968.
British Museum Quarterly was created in 1926.
British Museum Quarterly ended in 1973.
Capitalize "army" when you are referring to a specific army, e.g. the British Army, the US Army.
the british museum
British Columbia Aviation Museum was created in 1985.
British Museum tube station ended in 1933.
British Museum tube station was created in 1900.
British Museum Reading Room was created in 1857.
Royal Commission on the British Museum was created in 1850.
Royal British Columbia Museum was created in 1886.
The British Museum Is Falling Down was created in 1965.
Barry C. Johnson has written: 'A British Museum legend' -- subject(s): Biography, British Museum, British Museum. Department of Printed Books
Yes, always capitalize British English because it is a proper nou n.
Museum is the correct spelling.
Either a museum which holds artwork exclusively by British artists, or more likely an art museum in Britain. The National Portrait Gallery is an example of an art museum in Britain.
The British Museum is a natural history museum for the people of London. It houses treasures of the ancient world and of long-dead cultures and teaches people about them.
The 18 and the 29 busses can take you from the British Museum to Regent's Park.
The most visited museum in London, UK is the British Museum
The London Museum The British Museum Madame Tussuads The Science Museum
Frances Epps has written: 'The British museum for young people' -- subject(s): British Museum
In the British Museum since 1802.
Johannes Wilde has written: 'Michelangelo and his studio' -- subject(s): Artists' preparatory studies, British Museum, British Museum. Dept. of Prints and Drawings, Catalogs, Drawing, Italian, Italian Drawing 'The decoration of the Sistine Chapel' 'Italian drawings in the Department of Prints and Drawings in tne British Museum' 'Italian drawings in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum'
The Rosetta Stone is not a person, it is an ancient stone with three different scripts written on it in Egyptian and Greek. The scripts are hieroglyphic, demotic and Greek. There is also a language teaching software called Rosetta Stone.
The "8ritish Museum" Is Located In London, England, United Kingdom.
The Rosetta Stone has been in the British Museum since 1802.
I highly doubt his... "testies" are in a museum in britain
Marjorie Caygill has written: 'A.W. Franks' 'The British Museum' -- subject(s): British Museum, Pictorial works, History
The British Museum has been in an almost-constant state of construction since it first opened in 1753. The Great Court of the museum was completed in 2000, and since then no new construction projects have been announced.
Yes, the British Museum is open. It is open every day except January 1st and December 24th, 25th and 26th.
London's British Museum was established in the year 1753. It was founded to promote universal understanding through arts, natural sciences, and history.
It is the British Museum
You can find the silver spoon in Europe at the British Museum on Great Russell Street, WC1B 3DG. The museum has a wonderful assortment of British treasures.
Frederick Charles Sawyer has written: 'A short history of the libraries and list of manuscripts and original drawings in the British Museum' -- subject(s): British Museum (Natural History), British Museum (Natural History). Library, Catalogs, Drawing, History, Manuscripts, Natural history
The most famous museum in London is either the Tower of London or the British Museum. The Tate Modern Gallery is also quite a well-known museum.
The British Museum, London.
D. F. Allen has written: 'Catalogue of the Celtic coins in the British Museum' -- subject(s): Catalogs, British Museum, Celtic Coins 'Bronze Coins of Gaul (Catalogue of Celtic Coins in the British Museum)' 'An introduction to Celtic coins' -- subject(s): Celtic Coins
You only capitalize the word 'history' when it starts a sentence or it's part of a title: History is my favorite subject. When I'm in history class, I'm totally engrossed. On the weekends, I often visit the Ontario Museum of History and Art.