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International Art: Apollo Magazine – November 2022

Apollo Magazine – Inside the November 2022 Issue:

  • The enduring genius of the Peanuts comics
  • The tussle over Tutankhamun’s tomb
  • A Chinese dragon-handled cup in Baltimore
  • Around the world in early colour photographs
  • Plus: art and illness, plastic sushi, auction-house machinations and reviews of William Kentridge, Renaissance lace and the Empress Eugénie in England

Previews: History Today Magazine – November 2022

Nov 22

Tutankhamun in the Flesh

The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922 reopened arguments about the presumed race of the ancient Egyptians.

Eleanor Roosevelt’s Second Act

After the death of her husband in 1945, Eleanor Roosevelt left the White House and embarked upon a new career as  ‘First Lady of the World’.

‘The Vote is of the People’

Brazilian democracy is young, hard-won and under threat. As the country goes to the polls, its history reminds us that the right to vote is not a given.

Women, Life, Freedom

Iranian women have always been present in national uprisings, but this time they are leading them.