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The ‘Romance of the Rose’, a medieval French poem that takes the form of an allegorical dream vision, was written by two successive authors: Guillaume de Lorris in the late 1230s, and Jean de Meun, who completed it almost forty years later. Read our bloghttps://bit.ly/2Nu9yoG https://t.co/WvgknG9cOp
by @Europeanaeu | 1 hour ago

RT @inea_eu: How many #CEFTelecom projects are running in my country? How are they #ConnectingEurope? ▶️#Cybersecurity ▶️#eID ▶️#eProcurement ▶️#eJustice ▶️#OpenData ▶️#eTranslation ▶️#Europeana ▶️#eHealth ▶️#eDelivery https://t.co/N8i860MNbj https://t.co/T1vAxO0wne
by @sectest9 | 2 hours ago

RT @inea_eu: How many #CEFTelecom projects are running in my country? How are they #ConnectingEurope? ▶️#Cybersecurity ▶️#eID ▶️#eProcurement ▶️#eJustice ▶️#OpenData ▶️#eTranslation ▶️#Europeana ▶️#eHealth ▶️#eDelivery https://t.co/N8i860MNbj https://t.co/T1vAxO0wne
by @CyberSecurityN8 | 2 hours ago

RT @inea_eu: How many #CEFTelecom projects are running in my country? How are they #ConnectingEurope? ▶️#Cybersecurity ▶️#eID ▶️#eProcurement ▶️#eJustice ▶️#OpenData ▶️#eTranslation ▶️#Europeana ▶️#eHealth ▶️#eDelivery https://t.co/N8i860MNbj https://t.co/T1vAxO0wne
by @RomancathlicJ | 2 hours ago

Wedding traditions across Europe vary. This gallery showcases paintings, photographs and artefacts relating to wedding and marriage traditions reflecting our diverse continenthttp://bit.ly/38tEf3x https://t.co/lZ1vVTBpPE
by @Europeanaeu | 23 hours ago

There are over 50M of #ObjectsOfLoveon our website. But with the right keywords and filters, you'll find ❤️'The One'. And if you're lucky, it will be even #OpenlyLicensed and ready to be usedhttps://www.europeana.eu #OpenGlam #OpenAccess #ValentinesDay #MuseumsForFuture https://t.co/kVUOpW2rgH
by @Europeanaeu | 2 days ago

#HappyValentinesDay! #ValentinesDay is celebrated #OnThisDay every year, when people show affection for others by sending flowers, cards or chocolates. But who was #SaintValentine? Let's explore the myths and reality of this famous figure♥️http://bit.ly/2UXcWuu https://t.co/Qzg1KBONMP
by @Europeanaeu | 2 days ago

Community archives, like the @CorkLGBThistory️‍ aim to preserve histories that often are invisible in traditional archives, museums & #CulturalHeritage institutions. Read the guest blog by @OrlaEgan1http://bit.ly/2ORUyj7 #LGTBQHistoryMonth #LGBTHM #lgbtqhist #lgbtqhistory https://t.co/fPmaeIa0K2
by @Europeanaeu | 3 days ago

What is your earliest memory of photography?For most of us, it is probably the #InstantCamera. A symbol of the democratisation of #photography which started in the mid 20th century and laid the foundations for digital photography today🤳Learn morehttp://bit.ly/2vulbDD https://t.co/7FVYFmZm0V
by @Europeanaeu | 4 days ago

As part of European Heritage Days in October 2019, @BiblioNationala organised a series of educational sessions with the theme ‘10 things to discover with @Europeanaeu - the cultural friend of the student and the teacher’. Learn morehttp://bit.ly/2UIW6PW https://t.co/CZ1MvjxVt8
by @Europeanaeu | 4 days ago

Happy #WomenInScienceDay!🧪To celebrate, visit our online exhibition Pioneers and learn about life and achievements of brilliant women scientists: #MarieCurie, #MariaSibyllaMerian, #AlettaJacobs‍‍⚕️ http://bit.ly/PioneersExhibition #WomenInHistory #WomenInSTEM #WomenInScience https://t.co/tSqR2aaXnt
by @Europeanaeu | 5 days ago

.@CrowdHeritageEU is an open platform available in three languages (English, French, Italian), where everybody – including you – can contribute to improving the information about #CulturalHeritage institutions’ collections. Learn morehttp://bit.ly/39qMOfO https://t.co/9SwB01uhuw
by @Europeanaeu | 5 days ago

Our new #GalleryOfTheWeek presents #QueerHistories and #CulturalHeritage collections relating to️‍#LGBTQ+ lives, communities and campaigns across Europe http://bit.ly/2w7UlBX #LGTBQHistoryMonth #LGBTHM #lgbthm20 #lgbtqhist #lgbthistory https://t.co/Zq1b3neDGt
by @Europeanaeu | 6 days ago

Let's explore the striking connection between Venus and Cupid. It’s a relationship that has been subject of many artworks throughout the centuries, inspiring painters from across Europe. Read our blog and discover various depictions of #Venus and #Cupidhttps://bit.ly/32jREsj https://t.co/BL4OvIxC3l
by @Europeanaeu | 7 days ago

Although Marco Polo not the first European to travel to #China, he was the first to write about his adventures and so it was his experiences that formed the basis of early European knowledge of the country. Read our blog to learn morehttp://bit.ly/2OxfawM https://t.co/fCWYND9yhK
by @Europeanaeu | 7 days ago

Many medieval #manuscripts are full of decorated capital letters that add colour to the page. They come in all styles and sizes, but what exactly are they and what was their purpose? Read our blog to find outhttp://bit.ly/31APioU #MedievalManuscripts #MedievalTwitter https://t.co/lcMjmJLyq1
by @Europeanaeu | 9 days ago

#BridalDresses in traditional Greek culture are colourful, rich and vary a lot. The one thing they have in common is over-accessorising: jewels and complex embroideries cover the whole body. Read the guest blog by Elena Lagoudi from @EKTgr to learn morehttp://bit.ly/2UvdkR1 https://t.co/F5uYkI0ttz
by @Europeanaeu | 9 days ago

Reusable high-quality images from cultural institutions around the world including @Europeanaeu are now available on @unsplash, introducing #CulturalHeritage content to new educational audiences. Learn morehttp://bit.ly/36T6qrj https://t.co/n9x6IdmFvj
by @Europeanaeu | 11 days ago

Find your crayons️Sharpen your coloured pencils✏️ Arrange your felt pens #ColorOurCollections is back! Download our new #IndustrialHeritage #ColouringBook and learn about the history of work while #colouring http://bit.ly/2PZOe91 #AdultColouring #adultcoloring https://t.co/pJjqoGwrzJ
by @Europeanaeu | 11 days ago

The #PythagorasTheorem is something most of us learn in school. But how many of us know the story of the man behind it? Read our blog to discover it http://bit.ly/37URslW #Pythagoras #Math #STEM #STEAM #EuropeanaEducation https://t.co/aMN2osicz6
by @Europeanaeu | 12 days ago

In March, there will be a #FridayThe13th #Friday13, a perfect moment for such a lesson https://twitter.com/kkasiw/status/1224475245861654532
by @Europeanaeu | 12 days ago

It's #ColorOurCollections week, so our #GalleryOfTheWeek is about #green - the colour of nature, energy, acceptance and many other things♻️✅ Explore it herehttp://bit.ly/2tnVfsL https://t.co/DQKaOfZJvD
by @Europeanaeu | 12 days ago

#PietMondrian died #OnThisDay in 1944. He was a celebrated Dutch artist and a pioneer of 20th-century #AbstractArt. But, in addition to being lauded as Dutch, he could also be celebrated as a Paris, London or New York artist. Read our blog to learn more http://bit.ly/2RJV8RJ https://t.co/zGXi8iwz0a
by @Europeanaeu | 14 days ago

RT @inea_eu: How many #CEFTelecom projects are running in my country? How are they #ConnectingEurope? ▶️#Cybersecurity ▶️#eID ▶️#eProcurement ▶️#eJustice ▶️#OpenData ▶️#eTranslation ▶️#Europeana ▶️#eHealth ▶️#eDelivery https://t.co/N8i860MNbj https://t.co/T1vAxO0wne
by @iricelino | 15 days ago