King Ashurbanipal’s reign, from 669BC to c. 631BC, marked the apogee of the Assyrian empire, which stretched from the shores of the eastern Mediterranean to western Iran. His death, however, remains shrouded in mystery. The British Museum’s exhibition, ‘I am Ashurbanipal: King of the World, King of Assyria’, tells his story through its collection of Assyrian treasures, augmented by some rare loans.

This private view begins with a short introductory talk by one of the curators and allows time to explore at leisure before the museum opens to the public.

You may also like to consider this alternative entry time for 8.45 am introductory talk


This event has been organised by the London Fundraising Committee Volunteer Fundraising Committee to help raise money for the Art Fund.

British Museum

Great Russell Street, London, London, WC1B 3DG

Entry details

£20

To book, please contact London Events Committee on london@artfund.org.uk

Click here to book online



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