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Cat Dear Karma i have a list of the people you missed Shirt

ing relics from the riverHow do the ancient artefacts found in the river Thames end up on display?HIDDEN LONDONBioarchaeological evidence for Black women in 14th century LondonWhat can bones can tell us about Black women in Medieval London?BEHIND THE SCENESEmma Hamilton’s copy of Haydn’s The CreationAn in-depth look at Emma Hamilton, the famous regency-era model and actress, through her very own copy of The Creation held in the museum’s library.LONDONERSWe The PeopleAn introduction to ‘We The People’: a documentary exploring the present, past and future of activism in Brixton.Cats in the collection: a feline history of LondonFor International Cat Day 2017, we thought we’d delve into our collections to find historical evidence of cats living in London. How have we treated, or mistreated,our feline friends in ages pastDo you have a cat in the city? Share a picture with us using #LondonViewCatEnglish tin-glazed jug, c.1670Decorated with blue and yellow alternating lines to simulate hair.

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Cats have lived side-by-side with humans since before the city of London was built, first being domesticated in the Middle East about 9000 years ago. Our collections are filled with images and representations of cats – and sometimes, the historical cats themselves. This jug for example, is from about 1670. Novelty jugs in the shape of cats were popular in Stuart London, particularly to serve cream or milk.The famous London diarist Samuel Pepys mentions cats in his account of everyday life in 17th century London, including being woken at 1am by his yowling housecat, and an extraordinary sight after the Great Fire of 1666:”I also did see a poor cat taken out of a hole in the chimney, joyning to the wall of the Exchange; with, the hair all burned off the body, and yet alive.”Black cat named Oliver. The cat is preserved in a seated position, with a yellow ribbon around its neck and glass eyes. It is contained under a glass dome with an oval wooden base. Also in the dome is a small silver slipper and the remains of a floral bouquet, now badly decomposed

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