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The Art Department holds over 12,000 works comprising drawings, paintings, sculptures, glass, ceramics, silver, furniture, costume and textiles, covering all styles.
The History Department holds and collects objects relating to the social, economic and political history of Ireland, with particular emphasis on Ulster from 1600 and Northern Ireland from 1921.
Zoology is the branch of biology concerned with the study of animals, Botany scientific study of plant life, Geology the study of the origin, composition, structure and processes of the Earth.
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