The Horn Museum is loaning out some if its artifacts to the University of Pikeville for an exhibit on Khirbet El Maqatir and biblical history.
Check out the exhibit website to learn about this exciting partnership, and for information on how to visit.
The Figurines of Tall Jalul Exhibit is now open to the public. The ceramic figurines are part of a Late Iron Age II/Persian Period (8th – 6th century BC) material assemblage, and were uncovered during Andrews University excavations from 1992-2012. The exhibit, which is located in the Horn Museum’s Madaba Plains Project Hall, will run until April 30. For more information please call 269-471-6180.
Beautiful New Collection of Bedouin Folklore
Donated to the Horn Museum
William Dever and Pamela Gaber
now on exhibit
all photos by P. Damsteegt
Baby Cradle (photo: P.D.)
The Horn Archaeological Museum recently received
a donation of ancient artifacts from
Pastor Dick Rentfro,
which included a clay cuneiform tablet from around 2039 B.C.
Photographer: Katelin Mitchell
Read about the collection donated by Dick Rentfro
in the article written by Samantha Snively in the
2010 November issue of the
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