Museums are an important way of educating the public and preserving what is valuable to human society and culture. They are both a repository and a showcase of human knowledge and achievement, in the fields of art, science, technology, history and more.

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Ratchet and Clank

In Ratchet deadlocked how do you get to the Insomniac museum?

There is no Insomniac Museum in Ratchet deadlocked. The guy who designed it passed away.

English Spelling and Pronunciation
Plural Nouns

What is the plural form of the word museum?



Where is woof in Where is wally museum?

Near the skeleton of the dinasour above the cave men.

Art Museums and Galleries

What is the main difference between enjoying sculptures as public art and seeing them in art museums?

when you go to a public place,firstly it is always open and there is no hard restrictions like we can talk have snacks and these chit-chat disturbs our mind but when in a museum there are strict restrictions of noise ,cleaness etc..... this all never distracts our mind to the things happening around us


What is the head or the officer in charge of a museum called?


Talk Shows
Jay Leno

What in the mailing address for Jay Leno's Garage He has a car museum there?

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Ice Hockey Memorabilia

What is the value of an nhl pro set hockey hall of fame and museum howie morenz card?

Unfortunately, probably no more than a nickel. Pro Set capitalized on the early 90s hockey card craze and printed mass quantities of their hockey cards. Since there are so many of their cards, even errors, they're not worth very much.


When is the Museum of Science and Industry open on weekdays?

I have to assume you mean the one in Chicago. has your answer: Monday – Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Open every day except Christmas Day.


How long do you need to visit the London national science museum?

As long as physically possible.

Famous Artworks
Leonardo da Vinci
Louvre Museum
The Mona Lisa

What museum is the Mona Lisa painting in?

It is in the Musee du Louvre in Paris, France.


How many toilets are there in the London Science Museum?

There are 14 female toilets, 13 male toilets and 13 disabled toilets.

See the related link for a map of the Science Museum that shows the location of each toilet and other amenities.

History of India
India Military

How one can visit INS Vikrant - a museum ship?

Go to Colaba Naval Dockyard at Mumbai. The Indian Navy has been opening the ship to visitors during Navy Week each year since 2001. In addition, it also organises visits for students on weekends. Continuing that tradition, the Western Naval Command has decided to welcome visitors from November 26 to December 2 and from December 5 to 11.


What museums are open on Sunday's in London?

The Science Museum

Art Museums and Galleries

When was Musee D'Orsay built?

A two-part question this, as it was not built as a museum, but as a railway station for the 1900 Universal Exposition. It ceased to be a railway station during the secind world war, and served various temporary purposes until finally closing in 1973. The idea of a Museum came up in 1975, and it finally opened in 1986,

World War 2

Is there a camp shanks museum in Orangeburg NY?

yes there is but it's only open between may and sept. went there on 10/12 and it was closed. doesn't look like much, only a few quonset huts, but if I ever get in, I'll tell you more! Bill Redding, CT

Nintendo DS
Nintendo DSi

Where is the museum fossil fighters champions?

the museum is in cranial city

Philadelphia Phillies

Is there a Philadelphia Phillies museum?



What happened to Matt Dillon's gun Is it in a museum or does James Arness have it?

For many years all the TV shows and movie studios in Hollywood got their guns from "Stembridge Gun Rentals" They were around since the 1920`s and furnished props on many movies and tv shows. They went out of business in the late 1990`s and their inventory of guns was sold in a special auction.The gun Matt Dillon used in "Gun Smoke" was among those sold along with guns used by Dan Blocker as "Hoss" on "Bonanza" and "Little Joe"`s gun as well. And many others. They are all in the hands of private collectors now. The last i heard Little Joes`s and Hoss`s guns are on display at the "Buffalo Bill Museum" in Wyoming.

For the record Dillon packed a Colt single action model 1873 71/2 inch barrel in 45 caliber. It was an actual antique made in 1895, not a modern day copy. When it sold at auction along with the gun and holster were papers from Stembridge stateing it was the gun used in the series along with an afadavit from James Arness himself. It sold for $15,000.00.

History, Politics & Society

What is the name of Pakistan biggest museum?

Karachi Museum is biggest museum of Pakistan

Humor & Amusement

What type of museums are there in Kiev Ukraine?

i think i know how to help you...........................

try going to kiev Ukraine

Western Hemisphere
Art Museums and Galleries

Assuming the part of London east of Greenwich is in the Eastern Hemisphere is the National Gallery London ieTrafalgar Square in the Western Hemisphere?

Yes it is. If you visit Greenwich, you will see the line of 0 degrees Longitude marked on the ground so you can stand with one foot in the Western Hemisphere and the other foot in the Eastern Hemisphere.

Fine Art
Art Museums and Galleries

What is the best way for students who have never been to a a museum before view the exhibits productively?

How to learn at museums the first timeIf one has never visited a museum, one should follow this basic structure.

1. Make a plan. Using a map, look at the possible routes through the museum. Make sure to include most of the exhibits you want to see.

2. Distribute notepads and pens. Have students copy a sentence or 2 about the exhibits that catch their eye. You can all share answers back in the classroom.

3. It is NEVER too late for a lunch break! Make sure to visit shops and food areas to kep your students from nodding off!

4. During lunch, sit with the children and ask questions about the museum and take requests for places to visit next.

5. In the classroom, have students take out their notebooks or paper and call on children to read their explinations out loud. Write them on the blackboard, and ask that the students copy them. Once this is done, make a word wall of some kind regarding what you saw today and assign for the kids to look up different aspects of things they saw.

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Remember, a museum is also fun. Encourage talking about exhibits. Museums can be as fun as amusement parks. Always make bad mummy jokes at Egyptian exhibits, or any bad joke pertaining to the subject manner. And, if you can, get an offical or an expert to lecture the kids on the subject matter. Kids can pick up alot from a 10 minute lecture!

History of France

Where is the Louve Museum?

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Entertainment & Arts
Biggest, Strongest, Fastest and Other Extremes

What is the biggest museum in the world?

With 19 museums in total, the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C., is the largest museum complex in the world.

The largest art museum in the world is the Metropolitan Museum of Art (the Met) in New York City. The Met's single building is over 2,000,000 square feet.

Louvre Museum

Is Mary Magdalene really buried beneath the inverted pyramid in the Louvre?

Your guess is as good as anyone's. If you read certain popular contemporary literature as non-fiction instead of fiction, then I guess you can fairly make the claim of yes, since it's not likely that the floor of the Louvre will be destroyed or dug up anytime soon to check the veracity of that claim. However, for those who picked up their copy of that certain popular literature, to which this answer previously referred, in the Fiction section of their local bookstore, it should be noted that, as exciting, engrossing, and entertaining as the story is, there is no evidence to support the claim put forth by the novel in regard to the final resting place of Mary Magdalene. To be fair, however, it should be mentioned that there is no evidence to support that it's not true either. However, the burden of proof lies in proving what did happen rather than what didn't. So, as far as history, most churches, those who are capable of separating fact from fantasy, Louvre Officials, Historians, Theologians, Archeologists, and the French Government are concerned, until proven otherwise, the remains of Mary Magdalene are not underneath the Louvre in a grave covertly marked by the inverted pyramid.

AnswerI think that she is not...because if you think of it was she even related to anything French?

Okay, the person that typed the sentence right above me is stupid you know why? When Mary Magdalene realized that she was pregnant with the baby of christ ,her and someone else fled out of the holy land and traveled to France when she got their she had her baby and the people of France were going through something called the Witch Hunt where they believed that all women are bad and they killed Mary magdalene and put her in a sacred tombstone and supposedly that tombstone IS under the pyramid inside the Louvre.

Another answerInterestingly the above answerer calls the previous one stupid. Then goes on to tell us that Mary Magdalene was pregnant with Christ's child. Who is the stupid one?

The part of the puzzle that I don't understand is couldn't someone at the Louvre find out if the sarcophagus is actually there? Someone at some time must have put it there, if it really is there, and I'm certain they would have told subsequent managers of the museum that it was there. And if that's not the case, couldn't someone just go and check?? Maybe I'm wrong, and there is no way to enter the basement of the Louvre. But it would be odd if the basement was completely sealed off.


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"Magdalene" is derived from the Hebrew word "Migdol" or "Tyre". The English word for "Tyre" is derived from Israel's ancient name for Tyre or Rock (Tsor) and it is the word from which English gets 'tower', 'tyre', 'tour', 'town', 'turret'. "Migdol" or "Magdala" was a nick-name the ancient Israelites gave to the people and cities of Tyre. In circa 940 BC, Solomon gave twenty cities in Northern Israel to Hiram II of Tyre. The latter was actually displeased by this according to the Biblical record. These cities, and other Phoenician cities, got the nickname because of the towers the Phoenicians traditionally built on their cities (to defend the precious merchandise contained therein).

One such place was Magdala on Lake Capernaum (Galilee, Tiberius). However, there seems to be little evidence of a tower in that particular case. There probably would not have been towers (or turrets) there because the commercial treasure in that place was fish in the lake. The Phoenicians were animal traders and fish farmers as well. "Tyre" or "Phoenicia" were bywords for commerce.

The real question is why a Phoenician woman would be chosen to be the world's representative at the Garden of the Tomb when Jesus resurrected. Firstly, in the Mediterranean world, Phoenicians were the most evil people in the world. Greek playwright Menander always used Phoenicians as the baddie. The Syro-Phoenician woman who pleaded with Jesus to heal her daughter from a demon, with Jesus seeming extremely reticent - hardly the 'Gentle Jesus meek and mild' of the lullaby - was obviously seen as a baddie in that episode. Of course, that was part of Jesus' message. He came to save the sinners. He consented to healing that woman's daughter and Mary Magdalene is probably that daughter.

What most people overlook is that two ancient Israelite prophets, Elijah and Elisha, both resurrected a Phoenician woman's son (Apologies, not "daughter" as said in a previous edit) in the 9th century BC. That was at a time when Israel was rejecting the messages of Elijah and Elisha. A similar situation existed in circa 29 AD when Jesus met that Syro-Phoenician woman.

The obvious conclusion from all this is that just as Elijah and Elisha resurrected the dead son of a Phoenician woman, the Son of God resurrected and was first seen by a (very sinful, baddie) Phoenician woman's daughter. One may say this is all rubbish but it is difficult to see how, why or under what circumstances a succession of Jewish scribes between 800 BC and 50-60 AD put such odd and very un-Jewish stories or fables in the collection of books known as the Bible. One would have thought the examples of Elijah and Elisha, and the embarrassing reflection on Israel, would have been long deleted from the record. It is strange that they were retained, even after Jesus referred to them when he castigated the adherents at the synagogue in Capernaum.

The wisest course of action is to accept the historicity of these accounts, not worry about where she was buried and recognise that Mary Magdalene confirms the accuracy of the accounts about the Resurrection of Jesus, hence the events leading to that resurrection, i.e., the death and burial and the events leading to the death of Jesus, i.e., in His Ministry etc., etc., back to His (miraculous) birth as a human and back further all the way back to His Eternal existence as Creator. The whereabouts of the Magdalene's body is unimportant compared to these other matters. Most likely, the bodies of Mary, her mother, Elisha (Elijah ascended to heaven to return to us at a later date, probably quite soon) are resting undisturbed in places that only the Lord will find at "The Resurrection" of all believers.


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