I think the city Ur should be marked on the first map of Mesopotamia that visitors see when they enter the exhibit. Thank you!
This isi really coo
the dead heads rock
the museum is really interesting. i love the dead heads they are super duper interesting
thank you fore letting me have fun and e34njy your museum
Beautiful exhibit! It is great to see the find in context. Very informative dosine.
this exhibit is so cool wish we could spend more time here thoughhh
OMG!!! that head is like so big big!!! I wonder how people wore hat during bad hair days!!!!! they must have had good hair gel!!
I know I couldn’t have survived.
This is really cool stuff but it would be nice if it was larger
I thought the exhibit was very different depending on where you were!!
THIS IS FANTSTEK.
I LOVED IT .BYE
Dear museum i love this.This is cool.Love Aidan
did they play football here there is a helmet behind me
puabi is cool
i’m so proud that i can be part of penn family because i have the opportunity to explore the world-class exhibition!!
This new part of the museum allows one to get lost in the history of Iraq. The music also fosters the immersion into another culture.
the golden straw is the coolest thing in the entire muesum!!!!!!!
THIS IS COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i really liked the jewlry
I think it is pretty cool to.
this is a fantastic exhibit! i saw the exhibit in washington dc a long time ago-this highlights everything beautifully! congratulations on a wonderful job, and thank yo for bringing this to philly!
This exhibit is inspiring it i a legacy fulfilled.
this is so cool i like it
the human skull is freaky but also cool at the same time.
I think this is cool. Really.
thank you for the spectacular exhibit!!!!
i thought that this exhibit was very interesting. i especially liked seeing the ancient jewelry. and the reconstructed lyre was fascinating. i had heard them played before, but i never knew what they looked like. the lyre demo did not play when i tapped it, but its ok because i already knew what they sounded like. thank you for the wonderful exhibit
great exhibit,very educational resources!
i never knew Iraq had so many interesting things about there past because of now and the problems they have with there government
this was a good expirience so I am happy that I came here
I think this exhibit is cool because you can see all of the Iraq artifacts.
What a fantastic exhibit! I loved getting so much information about the historical background of the excavations, and the ancient and modern histories of Iraq to put everything in context. The 1920s music and articles were especially interesting, as well as the displays on looting and conservation. A fascinating exhibit–thank you.
Warm feelings….and warm room
mr gordon possessed a radical imagination and inspired our adulation for an advanced civilization previously unknown to us
IT IS SO COOL
These findings are fantastic. Iraq is the birthplace of Mankind and we should preserve it as much as we can, not destroy it. Hopefully we find out the truth about Babylon and the Sumerians as pertaining to all mankind soon.
This exhibit was the most amazing exhibit I have been to in a long time.
i had four biscuits and i ate one and now i have three
i loved the lyre music and the headress looks extremely heavy. The picture of the Temple of Ur was beautiful! Thank you for displaying these artifacts.
btw, it’s really hot in here. can you turn the air on?
how come you dont have bows and arrows in the store
The exhibit is off the chart
That music is sick!
the lyre music is very good.
I really think the lyre music is cool.
I think it’s cool and very Egyptian-like.
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