There’s a lot more to King Midas than history’s most celebrated case of “be careful what you wish for.” Drawing on decades of excavations at Gordion in modern Turkey, a blockbuster exhibition at the Penn Museum illuminates the world of ancient Phrygia’s greatest ruler.[...]
The Penn Cultural Heritage Center was launched to provide a forum for an “intellectual discussion” of the meaning of heritage and the role of communities in preservation efforts. Then came the Syrian civil war and the rise of ISIS.[...]
A big book on the Penn Museum’s “Colossal Sphinx.” [...]
Window, March|April 2015[...]
A close look at the Center for the Analysis of Archaeological Materials.[...]
Beneath the Surface at the Penn Museum.[...]
Penn Museum program will let seventh-graders “unpack the past.”[...]
With the new exhibition, Native American Voices: The People—Here and Now, the Penn Museum and a team of Native American advisors and collaborators aim to “transform your understanding of Native America today.”[...]
Lost dynasty found at Penn Museum Egypt dig.[...]
Michael Chazan C’85 has been blazing a trail back in time from Biblical to Lower Paleolithic archaeology. [...]
Installing an ancient mosaic at the Penn Museum.[...]