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.

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2012-25-118
2012-25-112
2012-25-14
2012-25-129
Carving
2012-25-118
View Object | 96762
Carving
2012-25-112
View Object | 96905
Carving
2012-25-14
View Object | 97186
Carving
2012-25-129
View Object | 97078

2012-25-47
2012-25-115
2012-25-45
2012-25-53
Carving
2012-25-47
View Object | 96712
Carving
2012-25-115
View Object | 96499
Carving
2012-25-45
View Object | 96866
Carving
2012-25-53
View Object | 97060

2012-25-27
2012-25-101
2012-25-63
2012-25-42
Carving
2012-25-27
View Object | 110061
Carving
2012-25-101
View Object | 96809
Carving
2012-25-63
View Object | 110069
Carving
2012-25-42
View Object | 97148

2012-25-128
2012-25-61
2012-25-43
2012-25-99
Carving
2012-25-128
View Object | 97132
Carving
2012-25-61
View Object | 96880
Carving
2012-25-43
View Object | 96677
Carving
2012-25-99
View Object | 96525

2012-25-36
2012-25-74
2012-25-116
2012-25-114
Carving
2012-25-36
View Object | 96667
Carving
2012-25-74
View Object | 97127
Carving
2012-25-116
View Object | 97077
Carving
2012-25-114
View Object | 96817

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