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Really cool exhibit pics
Topic Started: Feb 7 2014, 02:12 AM (508 Views)
S. Workman
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This is a neat set. It details an exhibit of Italian artifacts that relate to a Mycenaean presence there, and vice versa. Of note are a set of molds, including one that looks to be a winged axe on one side and a knife or sickle blade on the other. Also, a big tuyere illustrated on a poster. It's worth a look. Oh yeah, and knives with the bone grips still on.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/49825981@N02/...ith/4736317616/
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Todd Feinman
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Cool! Thanks for the link.
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