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Byzantium 330-1453 at the Royal Academy of Arts in London features very ancient treasures.
Byzantium 330-1453 Exhibition  in London

Byzantium 330 - 1453

25th October 2008 - 22nd March 2009
Royal Academy of Arts, 6 Burlington Gardens, Piccadilly, Westminster, London W1S 3EX
Telephone: +44 (0) 207 300 8000

Byzantium 330-1453 exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London provides an extensive analysis of 1,000 years of history. The pioneering exhibition, partnership among the Royal Academy of Arts and the Benaki Museum in Athens, highlights the affluence of the Byzantine territory and showcases more than 300 items together with separate wall paintings, silver metalwork, a few of which have not been exhibited in public previously.

Antioch Chalice, which is believed to be the Holy Grail, the cup used by Christ at the Last Supper, will be featured at this exciting exhibition at the London Royal Academy of Arts along with other ancient treasures from across Europe, Russia, Egypt and the USA. This extensive exhibition in London displays the different artistic styles and religious beliefs that developed across the region.

Byzantium 330-1453 exhibition begins at the base of Constantinople in 330 AD with the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, the crucial point to the Byzantine Empire's history, and finishes with the incarcerate of the metropolis by the Ottoman Turks in 1453, the official end of the empire.

Byzantium 330-1453 exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London is truly an exceptional one; don't miss your chance to lean more about this period of history.

For more information on the Byzantium 330 -1453 exhibition, please phone +44 (0) 207 300 8000

Visiting Byzantium 330 - 1453 London:

Cost: £12 (Adults), £10 (Concessions), £8 (NUS & ISIC cardholders),
           £4 (Children 12-18), £3 (Children 8-11), Free (Children 7 & Under)

Time: 10:00-18:00 Daily, Fridays until 22:00

Age Restrictions: n/a

Nearest Underground Stations:
Green Park

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Learn Byzantine Empire's history with the Byzantium 330-1453 exhibition in London!