Ancient Mesopotamia Speaks: Highlights from the Yale Babylonian Collection

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February 19 2020

170 Whitney Ave.
New Haven, CT 06511
203-432-8987

PRICE: $10 Adults; $8 Senior citizens 65 years and over; FREE Children ages 3 through 18, and college students with ID

PHONE: 203-432-8987

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Now through June 30, 2020. Museum Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, noon  to 5 p.m. Ancient Mesopotamia, "the Land Between the Rivers," was the birthplace of writing, urban culture, the state, and many other concepts and institutions that shape our world to this day. Stretching from the Tigris to the Euphrates in what is now Iraq and Syria, Mesopotamia produced beautiful and intriguing works of art, myths and epics celebrating gods and heroes, and treatises on mathematics and medicine.  Ancient Mesopotamia Speaks is a groundbreaking exhibition that brings this ancient world to life.

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