“B” is for Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery. In 1965, the collection of the Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery opened to the public on Thanksgiving Day. Its collections contain around four hundred representative works of Flemish, Dutch, German, French, Italian, and Spanish paintings from the 14th through the 19th centuries. Among them are outstanding examples from the brushes of Tintoretto, Titian, Veronese, Botticelli, Rubens, and Van Dyck. The museum also houses a collection of Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Roman, and Hebrew antiquities—representing 37 centuries of past cultures. In addition, it contains an unusual collection of Russian icons with representative works from the 14th through early 20th centuries. As a visual library and valuable resource, Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery presents a record of the culture, religion, and history of ages past.