National Poetry Month, Week 2

This week, Abington School District guest interpreters Jacob and Kaileb give us two new ways to look at Penn Museum’s iconic Lyre with Bearded Bull’s Head and Inlaid Panel.

Horns
Cool, Creepy
Living, Snorting, Kicking
Where did it come from?
Brown
by Jacob

Bull-like
Amazing, Surprised
Attracting, Interesting, Amusing
How did they make it?
Beard
by Kaileb

The Abington 2nd grade guest interpreters examine a case in the Iraq's Ancient Past exhibition.  Photo:  Dari Sutton

The Abington 2nd grade guest interpreters examine a case in the Iraq’s Ancient Past exhibition. Photo: Dari Sutton

 

 

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