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Ur (Tell al-Muqayyar) was one of the earliest and longest-lived ancient cities in southern Iraq. The main settlement mounds of Ur were once surrounded by a city wall that enclosed an area of 50-60 hectares. Soil discoloration and mounding visible in U2 photographs suggest that the city was originally much larger than this and incorporated several suburbs. Photo courtesy Penn Museum

Annenberg Center

Nov. 17–20 Eurydice
Nov. 18 Soweto Gospel Choir
Dec. 9–10 Rennie Harris Puremovement
Dec. 11 Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass
Dec. 16 The Crossing @ Christmas

Arthur Ross Gallery

Open Tues.–Sun.
John E. Dowell: Paths to Freedom
Through Dec. 18


Sissel Tolaas: RE_____
Through Dec. 30

Kelly Writers House

Nov. 15 Jennifer Egan C’85
Nov. 16 Dick Polman
Nov. 29 Mecca Jamilah Sullivan Gr’12
Dec. 1 Michael Imperioli

Penn Libraries

The Arthur Tress Collection of Japanese Illustrated Books
Through Dec. 16

Penn Museum

U-2 Spy Planes and Aerial Archaeology
Through June 2023

World Café Live

Nov. 17 Will Sheff / Okkervil River
Nov. 18 Southern Culture on the Skids
Nov. 23 Jah People w/ Junior Marvin
Nov. 26 Beru Revue 40th Anniversary
Nov. 30 The Spill Canvas
Dec. 1 Julian Lage
Dec. 2 Carbon Leaf
Dec. 6 The Moth Storyslam
Dec. 7 Alice Phoebe Lou
Dec. 10 The Bad Plus
Dec. 16 Oddisee & Good Compny
Dec. 30 Slambovian Circus of Dreams

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