History around the Web: April 27th
History in the headlines and the best articles, essays, reviews and photo galleries we've seen around the internet this week. Let us know about anything interesting you've read in the comments.
- Tomb Raiders: how Egyptology entered the 21st century. (Financial Times)
- Mary Beard responds to AA Gill's attack. (Daily Mail)
- On a more scholarly note, Mary reviews a new biography of Caligula. (London Review of Books)
- A visual history of the timeline. (Brain Pickings)
- The "magical" mirror that reveals something about the belief in spirits and ghosts in 16th-century England. (BBC / British Museum)
- Beautiful photos of the newly-reopened Cutty Sark, an 18th-century tea clipper in London. (Dezeen)
- Mein Kampf to be published in Bavaria for the first time since WW2. (BBC)
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