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Journey To The Museum

Have you ever imagined a Buddha statue coming to life and talking to you, like in the movie Night at the Museum? That will undoubtedly be a fantastic trip into the past. Humans are a mystery whose understanding fascinates them, and history does an excellent job of gratifying that fascination. History is made up of past discoveries and facts that have influenced our present and will influence our future. The recorded past requires narrative coherence and consistency in our compositional form and the world's internal logic we create. The fascinating knowledge of history in various disciplines has one common place to visit: the Museum.

Nowadays, there are many museums where people can visit and observe a range of exciting items. From a community or visitor perspective, one's point of view also plays an essential role in this purpose. Some argue that visiting museums is merely a form of entertainment, while others say that museums perform an educational function. The Museum offers the ideal mix of cultural and historical interests. Objects, specimens, and various artifacts dating from prehistoric to the present demonstrate the actual reality and evolution across time. The Capitoline Museums in Rome, the Vatican Museums in Italy, the Prado Museum in Spain, the Ashmolean Museum in the United Kingdom, the Museum of Fine Arts and Archaeology of Besançon in France, the Charleston Museum in the United States, and the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum in Germany are among the world's oldest museums.

The most fascinating of the Museum's departments is archaeology. The study of man's past to offer an interpretive description through fossils and remains is known as archaeology. Well, if one is a movie fan, then the Mummy series shows the adventures of an archaeologist with the prestige of time and history. Besides archaeology, a museum has departments such as conservation, manuscripts, anthropology, exhibitions, arms and armor, numismatics, etc.

The conservation department is a museum's primary responsibility. It is one of those areas where focus and concentration are put to the test because the conservation and restoration of artifacts necessitate great care because they are priceless objects that are significant parts of our history. The Museum's part as keeper of the past includes safeguarding things that have been removed from their original setting and the information linked to context.

In museums and history, inscriptions and manuscripts are two of the most well-known and resourceful relics. These are some of the most prominent objects or historical evidence that provide insight into past social, political, economic, and cultural regimes, i.e., they provide evidence of human activity. The 6th–7th-century Pseudo-Apuleius Herbarium is one of the earliest surviving manuscripts, kept at the Leiden University Library in Holland and rich with colorful floral pictures.

Anthropology is one of the other departments that study past and present human groupings and cultures.

Like other social science fields, anthropology focuses on the study of human communities. What distinguishes anthropology is its dedication to employing a four-field approach to investigate assertions about human "nature." Linguistic anthropology, sociocultural anthropology, archaeology, and physical anthropology are the four primary subfields within anthropology. When taken together, these subfields uniquely approach humans study and form a comprehensive picture. Franz Boas, popularly known as the "Father of Modern Anthropology," was a German-American scientist widely regarded as one of the best and most influential anthropologists of all time. He was the first to apply scientific principles to studying human cultures and societies.

 The exhibitions section is in charge of organizing the exhibits' display and the Museum's collection. The department coordinates each relationship with the numerous universities involved. The exhibitions are put up to display items from a wide range of fields. Arms and armor, which played an essential role in history's power struggles, are the most commonly utilized equipment contributing to numerous battlefield victories. Bows of various types, daggers of various kinds, shields, helmets, and armors to protect animals used in fights, swords, and many more items seen in museums are just a few examples of how far we've progressed in development and refinement.

Numismatics, or coinage, is an excellent way to look at historical political and economic changes. It has a lengthy and illustrious historical past that illustrates multiple facets of history. Perhaps these are important sources for learning about the reigns of various monarchs or empires. These are just a few perspectives from many fields, and the immense knowledge of history is separated into multiple pieces when put together. Still, when put together, they form our wonderful heritage.

Many people believe that history is just a boring past that is glorified and that museums are just places where people don't want their school field trips to go. Still, I believe that history is the origin of what is happening and existing, which is glorious in and of itself and does not need to be glorified. For me, museums are giant novels with many different storylines that entice me to visit them, and after learning about them all over the world, it's all worth it. Museums are also like movies; every corner shows a story, and all the process and work that goes into preserving them is something that makes that story able to reach others.

Perception of history is vital, and museums provide a wonderful place to have everything in one place to comprehend it, be proud of it, and be responsible for it. All around the globe, one thing that Is seen on every continent is a museum of various disciplines, each holding its importance. This article aims to shed light on the most exciting and valuable sources, subjects, and studies that do not always receive the attention they deserve; it is about the history and how knowing and understanding it can change perspectives.












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