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  • Ascension Eagles are going to ROPSSAA final
    Ascension Eagles are going to ROPSSAA final
    collectiontext  Mississauga News, 12 Nov 2008    
    collectiontext  Mississauga News, 12 Nov 2008  

  • Iconic - White Rhino
    Iconic - White Rhino
    collectionvideo  December 14, 2009     This white rhino is a rare specimen and the centerpiece of the Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity. Born in South Africa, "Bull" was a mighty 4,500 pounds and is one of the Iconic 15: The Must-See Treasure of the ROM.
    collectionvideo  December 14, 2009   This white rhino is a rare specimen and the centerpiece of the Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity. Born in South Africa, "Bull" was a mighty 4,500 pounds and ...
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  • Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Dr. Hindy Najman
    Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Dr. Hindy Najman
    collectionaudio  December 14, 2009     Dr. Hindy Najman (Director of the Centre for Jewish Studies and Associate Professor of Ancient Judaism in the Department and Centre for the Study Religion at the University of Toronto) sheds light on the claim that revelation did not cease in the Second Temple period, but was understood to persist ...
    collectionaudio  December 14, 2009   Dr. Hindy Najman (Director of the Centre for Jewish Studies and Associate Professor of Ancient Judaism in the Department and Centre for the Study Religion at the University of Toronto) ...
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  • Iconic - Light of the Desert
    Iconic - Light of the Desert
    collectionvideo  December 14, 2009     The ROM has the world's largest faceted cerussite, an extremely fragile mineral that is almost impossible to cut. Learn why this cerussite, installed in the Gallery of Gems and Gold in the Teck Suite of Galleries: Earth's Treasures, has been named one of the Iconic 15: The Must-See Treasures of ...
    collectionvideo  December 14, 2009   The ROM has the world's largest faceted cerussite, an extremely fragile mineral that is almost impossible to cut. Learn why this cerussite, installed in the Gallery of Gems and Gold ...
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  • Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Dr. Emanuel Tov
    Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Dr. Emanuel Tov
    collectionaudio  November 15, 2009     Dr. Emanuel Tov (J.L. Magnes Professor of Bible, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and Editor-in-Chief, Dead Sea Scrolls Publication Project) focuses on the activities of the scribes who lived at Qumran. Lecture details range from the preparation of the leather to the actual writing in columns, and their level of precision, the ...
    collectionaudio  November 15, 2009   Dr. Emanuel Tov (J.L. Magnes Professor of Bible, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and Editor-in-Chief, Dead Sea Scrolls Publication Project) focuses on the activities of the scribes who lived at Qumran. Lecture ...
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  • Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Pnina Shor
    Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Pnina Shor
    collectionaudio  November 11, 2009     Pnina Shor (Head of the Department for the Treatment and Conservation of Artifacts, Israel Antiquities Authority) discusses the challenges and process of conserving and preserving the fragile Dead Sea Scrolls for future generations. The opinions expressed in this lecture are those of the speaker and do not necessarily reflect the ...
    collectionaudio  November 11, 2009   Pnina Shor (Head of the Department for the Treatment and Conservation of Artifacts, Israel Antiquities Authority) discusses the challenges and process of conserving and preserving the fragile Dead Sea Scrolls ...
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Dr. Eric Meyers
    Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Dr. Eric Meyers
    collectionaudio  November 05, 2009     Listen as Dr. Eric Meyers (Bernice and Morton Lerner Professor of Jewish Studies, and Director, Center for Jewish Studies, Duke University. Past President, American Schools of Oriental Research) explores the relationship between the disparate groups that populated Sepphoris through the ages. The opinions expressed in this lecture are those of ...
    collectionaudio  November 05, 2009   Listen as Dr. Eric Meyers (Bernice and Morton Lerner Professor of Jewish Studies, and Director, Center for Jewish Studies, Duke University. Past President, American Schools of Oriental Research) explores the ...
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • ROM Research: Kaieteur Falls, Guyana
    ROM Research: Kaieteur Falls, Guyana
    collectionvideo  November 13, 2009     Burton Lim, Assistant Curator of Mammalogy and bat expert, often travels to Guyana for field research. In this video he brings us to Kaieteur Falls, one of the most spectacular locations in the country.
    collectionvideo  November 13, 2009   Burton Lim, Assistant Curator of Mammalogy and bat expert, often travels to Guyana for field research. In this video he brings us to Kaieteur Falls, one of the most spectacular ...
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • Lewis Lapham on Celebrity in Contemporary Culture
    Lewis Lapham on Celebrity in Contemporary Culture
    collectionaudio  October 27, 2009     The Institute for Contemporary Culture presented the fourth annual Eva Hotby Lecture on Contemporary Culture on October 27, 2009. Celebrated American writer and publishing magnate Lewis Lapham, explores the theme of celebrity in modern society. This lecture was inspired by the ICC exhibition, Vanity Fair Portraits: Photographs 1913 - 2008.
    collectionaudio  October 27, 2009   The Institute for Contemporary Culture presented the fourth annual Eva Hotby Lecture on Contemporary Culture on October 27, 2009. Celebrated American writer and publishing magnate Lewis Lapham, explores the theme ...
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  • Iconic - The Death of General Wolfe
    Iconic - The Death of General Wolfe
    collectionvideo  September 12, 2009     This iconic painting recreates the pivotal moment in 1759 when Britain defeated France on the Plains of Abraham. As one of only five original versions painted by Benjamin West, it hangs in the Sigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada and is one of the Iconic 15: The Must-See Treasures of the ...
    collectionvideo  September 12, 2009   This iconic painting recreates the pivotal moment in 1759 when Britain defeated France on the Plains of Abraham. As one of only five original versions painted by Benjamin West, it ...
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Dr. Lawrence Schiffman
    Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Dr. Lawrence Schiffman
    collectionaudio  October 29, 2009     Dr. Lawrence Schiffman (Edelman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, and Chair of the Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, New York University) surveys ancient Israel at the time of the Second Temple and explores how the Scrolls enrich our understanding of this momentous era. The opinions expressed in ...
    collectionaudio  October 29, 2009   Dr. Lawrence Schiffman (Edelman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, and Chair of the Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, New York University) surveys ancient Israel at the time ...
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  • An Evening with Meryl Streep
    An Evening with Meryl Streep
    collectionaudio  October 7, 2009     Meryl Streep, one of today's true Hollywood icons, visited the ROM for an evening of thoughtful reflection and discussion. Interviewed by Johanna Schneller, the Globe and Mail's film critic, this lecture was associated with The Question of Celebrity programming series which explores fame and the evocative allure of celebrity. Audio ...
    collectionaudio  October 7, 2009   Meryl Streep, one of today's true Hollywood icons, visited the ROM for an evening of thoughtful reflection and discussion. Interviewed by Johanna Schneller, the Globe and Mail's film critic, this ...
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  • Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Dr. Eileen Schuller
    Anne Tanenbaum Lecture Series: Dr. Eileen Schuller
    collectionaudio  October 15, 2009     Supported by the Weisz Family in memory of Margaret Weisz. Dr. Eileen Schuller (Professor, Department of Religious Studies, McMaster University, Hamilton) explores some of the key texts about women and what they might tell us about the presence and role of women in this community and more broadly in Second ...
    collectionaudio  October 15, 2009   Supported by the Weisz Family in memory of Margaret Weisz. Dr. Eileen Schuller (Professor, Department of Religious Studies, McMaster University, Hamilton) explores some of the key texts about women and ...
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • Research at the ROM: Dinosaurs in Alberta's Badlands
    Research at the ROM: Dinosaurs in Alberta's Badlands
    collectionvideo  October 13, 2009     Follow Dr. David Evans, Associate Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology, during his field work in Alberta's Badlands and discover what a palaeontologist job really involves.
    collectionvideo  October 13, 2009   Follow Dr. David Evans, Associate Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology, during his field work in Alberta's Badlands and discover what a palaeontologist job really involves.
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • Trees for Toronto in Queen's Park
    Trees for Toronto in Queen's Park
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009     Trees for Toronto was launched by the Royal Ontario Museum and the City of Toronto in connection with the expansion of the Museum in 2007. The purpose of Trees for Toronto is to plant trees in Queen's Park and to create a tree identification and awareness program for Toronto.
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009   Trees for Toronto was launched by the Royal Ontario Museum and the City of Toronto in connection with the expansion of the Museum in 2007. The purpose of Trees for ...
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • Bats!
    Bats!
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009     Learn about Burton Lim's, Assistant Curator of Mammalogy, Bat research in Guyana and around the world. Burton is an expert on all types of bats and studies their biodiversity and evolution.
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009   Learn about Burton Lim's, Assistant Curator of Mammalogy, Bat research in Guyana and around the world. Burton is an expert on all types of bats and studies their biodiversity and ...
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • How does the ROM get endangered species in their galleries?
    How does the ROM get endangered species in their galleries?
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009     Museums are filled with species that may be endangered or extinct. Assistant Curator, Mary Burridge, reveals how the ROM builds its extensive collection without putting any specimens at risk.
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009   Museums are filled with species that may be endangered or extinct. Assistant Curator, Mary Burridge, reveals how the ROM builds its extensive collection without putting any specimens at risk.
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • Why do mosquito bites itch?
    Why do mosquito bites itch?
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009     It's common for mosquito bites to become annoyingly itchy! Doug Currie, ROM Curator of Entomology, explains why these bites make you scratch.
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009   It's common for mosquito bites to become annoyingly itchy! Doug Currie, ROM Curator of Entomology, explains why these bites make you scratch.
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • Is coral a plant or an animal?
    Is coral a plant or an animal?
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009     Coral is a mysterious species that is difficult to identify - is it a plant or an animal? Assistant Curator, Mary Burridge, reveals the true identity of these extraordinary creatures.
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009   Coral is a mysterious species that is difficult to identify - is it a plant or an animal? Assistant Curator, Mary Burridge, reveals the true identity of these extraordinary creatures.
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • How do butterflies decide what colour they'll be?
    How do butterflies decide what colour they'll be?
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009     Ever wondered how butterflies choose their beautiful vibrant colours? ROM Entomology Technician Brad Hubley exposes the secret of butterflies' beautiful patterns and colours.
    collectionvideo  October 06, 2009   Ever wondered how butterflies choose their beautiful vibrant colours? ROM Entomology Technician Brad Hubley exposes the secret of butterflies' beautiful patterns and colours.
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