Nebra Sky Disc Notebook

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Exclusive to the British Museum, a notebook inspired by the Nebra Sky Disc.

This notebook forms part of a range accompanying the British Museum exhibition The world of Stonehenge.

The notebook is made in the UK from 120 gsm paper and features lined pages.

Widely regarded as one of the most significant archaeological finds in modern history, the bronze Nebra Sky Disc is the earliest surviving maps of the stars. The disc was buried around 3,600 years ago in the Mittelberg hill near Nebra in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, and is now part of the UNESCO Memory of the World. The Disc provides an insight into European pre-historic understandings of astronomy.

A useful souvenir of the exhibition.

  • Product Code: CMCS73050
  • Product Weight: 0.08Kg
  • Dimensions: H21 x W15cm
  • Exhibition: The world of Stonehenge
  • Material: 120 gsm lined paper
  • Postage Weight: 0.08 Kg

Exclusive to the British Museum, a notebook inspired by the Nebra Sky Disc.

This notebook forms part of a range accompanying the British Museum exhibition The world of Stonehenge.

The notebook is made in the UK from 120 gsm paper and features lined pages.

Widely regarded as one of the most significant archaeological finds in modern history, the bronze Nebra Sky Disc is the earliest surviving maps of the stars. The disc was buried around 3,600 years ago in the Mittelberg hill near Nebra in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, and is now part of the UNESCO Memory of the World. The Disc provides an insight into European pre-historic understandings of astronomy.

A useful souvenir of the exhibition.

  • Product Code: CMCS73050
  • Product Weight: 0.08Kg
  • Dimensions: H21 x W15cm
  • Exhibition: The world of Stonehenge
  • Material: 120 gsm lined paper
  • Postage Weight: 0.08 Kg
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