The British Museum & Exact Editions are pleased to announce that the digital archive of Remus, the Museum’s publication for their ‘Young Friends’ membership, has been completed.

Individual and institutional subscribers can now browse, read and search digital issues stretching back to 1997 across web, iOS and Android devices at the touch of a button.

Published by the British Museum three times a year, the Remus archive will grow with each new issue published and provides a wealth of historical contents for young readers with a keen interest in history to explore; the publication is a perfect resource for 8–15 year olds with curious minds and a sense of adventure.

The Exact Editions digital platform allows for a flexible, user-friendly and enhanced experience in exploring magazine archives. Subscribers to Remus will discover a range of features including:

  • Advanced search function enabling search of keywords, author and more.
  • A neat stacking interface allowing for ease of browsing years and decades.
  • Syncing issues for offline reading.
  • A clean, high-quality interface faithful to the print edition.
  • New issue notifications alerting readers to the availability of the next issue.

Also published by the British Museum and available to institutions on the Exact Editions digital platform is its triannual publication, The British Museum Magazine, which explores the Museum’s collection of 8 million objects through the eyes of its curators and experts and showcases the latest exhibitions, acquisitions and research from across the Museum and around the world.

For institutions interested in requesting a free trial of Remus, please click here.

For institutions interested in requesting a free trial of The British Museum Magazine, please click here.