2012 New Acquisitions


The Penn Museum stewards one of the largest and earliest university-assembled collections of cultural material in the world.  While many objects came from excavations or are acquired during anthropological research, others are donated, purchased, or exchanged.  The collection continues to grow and plays an essential role in supporting the Museum's mission to engage the public in an ongoing dialogue about our shared human experience.

201 - 220 of 245 Objects
2012-13-1B
2012-13-1A
2012-17-1
2012-30-1
Shoe
2012-13-1B
View Object | 89477
Shoe
2012-13-1A
View Object | 89477
Bowl
2012-17-1
View Object | 89482
Trumpet
2012-30-1
View Object | 114248

2012-30-2
2012-30-4
2012-30-5
2012-30-3A
Teapot
2012-30-2
View Object | 114244
Teacup
2012-30-4
View Object | 114254
Creamer
2012-30-5
View Object | 114280
Sugar Jar
2012-30-3A
View Object | 114288

2012-30-3B
2012-15-1
Object On Display
2012-29-2
2012-25-135
Sugar Jar Lid
2012-30-3B
View Object | 114274
Scarab
2012-15-1
View Object | 89698
Briefcase
2012-29-2
View Object | 114129
Print
2012-25-135
View Object | 110172

2012-25-132
2012-25-131
2012-25-134
2012-29-8
Print
2012-25-132
View Object | 110169
Print
2012-25-131
View Object | 110168
Print
2012-25-134
View Object | 110171
Belt Buckle
2012-29-8
View Object | 114126

2012-29-3
2012-25-111
2012-25-95
2012-25-110
Bracelet
2012-29-3
View Object | 114124
Carving
2012-25-111
View Object | 96283
Carving
2012-25-95
View Object | 96314
Carving
2012-25-110
View Object | 96899

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