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100 Years Later, Titanic's Jewels Go on Display

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November 12, 2012
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The Associated Press has been given the first look at the largest assemblage of recovered jewelry from the Titanic. The items are going on display to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the liner.


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AFP (Sep. 17, 2013) — The violin played by bandmaster Wallace Hartley during the final moments before the sinking of the Titanic is displayed at a conservation studio in Lurgan, Northern Ireland before going on public display at the Titanic Belfast.
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A Wide Range of Prehistoric Works of Art Go on Display in Spain

A Wide Range of Prehistoric Works of Art Go on Display in Spain

EFE (July 3, 2013) — Sculptures, cave paintings and decorated utensils created by anonymous hands during the stone age are on display in a joint exhibition organized by the British Museum which looks to study all forms of art, from the dawn of man to the Ice Age renaissance. The display was inaugurated on Wednesday in Santander, Spain, and has brought together, for the first time, pieces of prehistoric art belonging to museums in Spain, Great Britain, France and Germany. The exhibition's objective is to make visitors feel like they are witnessing art and not history seeing as the pieces on display are full of humanity.
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'Titanic' Story Still Captivates 100 Years Later

'Titanic' Story Still Captivates 100 Years Later

AP (Apr. 13, 2012) — It's been 100 years since the Titanic sank, but yet we are still fascinated by everything that happened that night. There's no single reason why, but it's possible that the tragedy taps into universal themes that people can still relate to.
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DNA Test Proves Titanic Survivor Was a Fraud

DNA Test Proves Titanic Survivor Was a Fraud

Newsy (Jan. 21, 2014) — Loraine Allison, who claimed to be the young girl reported dead after the Titanic sank, has been proven to be a fraud decades later.
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