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David Roberts (1796 – 1864), Church of the Nativity, circa mid 19th century, Oil on Canvas, Height 112 cm x Width 142 cm, Paisley Museum and Art Gallery

Artefact spotlight

Example: The Museum has some of the oldest and most important entomology collection in the world. Gathered over 300 years, these specimens are key to telling the history of collecting, the science of taxonomy and the human desire to understand the natural world. The microscope slide represented at the top of the page is the one of of Soldier Beetles specimens from the Natural History Collection.

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