the heads in the iraq exhibit were very interestingvnvin
the heads in the iraq exhibit were very interesting
loved the iraq exhibition
love it it was fun and i learn many things and new things about different places and things.I learned different tings about different cultures
Great pond outside i think the fish are cool and interesting. The exibit is neat. I never knew that Ur was a monarchy before.
great exibit great building mens bathroom needs work
I enjoyed the exhibit, it was very interesting and informative. I really enjoyed the royal exhibit of the queen’s items. thanks keep up the good work.
A beautiful exhibit of history and culture. Thank You for the experience and educational knowledge.
I enjoyed this exhibit, and I hope to come back here again.
amberley was here so was angel……we are from leap academy…….bye bye see you later bye bye
this is fun
Good music. GOOD job on the next gen technology introducing blogs ect….thanks.
we love gold!!
Loved the exhibit….. Nicely done UPENN!
This exhibit was super. The pieces are fabulous and totally awesome. But seriously, just studying these pieces gave their presence no justice, thanks.
Very disappointed at no artifacts showing the aliens and UFO’s from the Fourth Kind.
Loved the exhibit! The cylinder seals were my fave. thanks to allie for special tour and answering all of my ridiculous questions. will def come again.
Great place. I wish wasn’t busy, I would have spent the wholde day here
this is so cool!!!!! i love all the artifacts!
susan and victoria, we are in such agreement with your forclempt feelings after visiting this museums. we will also be moving to iraq. we shall visit you and eat tea and crumpets and discuss the beauty of this new fertile land. shalom
We were truly touched literally and physically by this exhibit…..we were inspired by the majestic beauty of Iraq…Indeed the most venerable Susan had a fainting spell due to her lack of breathing because she was so in awe of all you offered us today….i had to break out the smelling salts….we thought you should know that we are now moving to Iraq and labeling ourselves the queens of Ur…..so THANK YOU SIR THANK YOU!!!!!!! <3,<3 Susan and Victoria aka the Queens of Ur
p.s. much love and feel free to visit and bring us goats and lambs to sacrifice
This exhibit was the reason I was brought forth in this world.
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hi, me again. I love the weapon display. how much did everything in the meseum cost and how did you get it in here?
i am a 7th grader at a small Christian school.I did a project once on the ziggurat of ur, I like your picture of it. I did a model of the ziggurat, and from the picture you have, it looks like my model was pretty acurate.
I was an intern at the Museum in 1978, and saw the object’s conservator working on the bull’s head. It was such an inspiring experience, I later went on to become a conservator myself (of books and paper). I hadn’t been back in 30 years,and really enjoyed this exhibition, and the memories it brought back. Thank you very much. M. Martin
incredible showing here at the U of Penn. Come see asap. before it’s too late,
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2 ways Queen P’s hair could have supported the gold adornments, I hypothesize: (1) super curly-kinky hair put into a bun under the decorations or (2) beehive hairdo -if her hair was straight. How about doing an experiment to try this out??!
This is the second time I have had my 7 year old to the museum and it is even more interesting the second time around. Of course, the mummy exhibit is her favorite. @I have always loved this museum and came here frequently as a teenager after school.
the museum was really great and awesome!!!!
very interesting and things have held up well. I’m 24 and the last time i was here i was 10 and the exhibits look spectacular
very interesting and things have held up well. Im 24 and the last time i was here i was 10 and the exhibits look spectacular
My last visit to the University Museum was in 1978 when I was in college, and the collection has surely stood the test of time!
great exhibit and creative use of space in the gallery! the windows of the constructed walls especially are cool.
greetings from florida! GO GATORS!!!!
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nice background in website
I found this exhibit extremely interesting, especially the silver lyre! Imagine How much work it took to make that!!!
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lol loves it up in hurrrr lololplol! i ll be back! lol :p
bull headed lyre…. awesome!! much smaller than i thought
where is the macaronni and cheese???
were on a field trip and we shoud be in schol!!!!!!!! this is fun! huppy puppy
hey hey hey go phillies i love scott eyre
the museum is very interesting. !!!!!!!!!
the tuba is better than the lyre
hey this place is fun
i will come back byeeeeeeee
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