Great Riddles in Archeology
World's greatest mysteries explained.
Video Lectures from The Penn Museum. Some of the world’s greatest archaeological riddles have eluded us for centuries. Discover and explore these mind-boggling riddles in several of the Penn Museum’s popular monthly lecture series presented by current archaeologists and scholars. We will be viewing and discussing three of these lectures: (1) Ötzi the Iceman, a prehistoric body discovered emerging from the melting ice of a glacier in the South Tyrolian Alps along the Italian-Austrian border, (2) Noah’s Ark: Of all bible stories, perhaps the story of Noah’s ark and the world-ending flood are the most widely known, and (3) Atlantis: The Lost Continent. The facilitator for these lectures will be Sydney Kaufman. (see website for more details) The Study Group for those 50 and over is held Tuesdays April 21 through May 5.
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