Jericho to Jerusalem

23 Oct 2013-06 Apr,




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The Iron Age on show at the Ian Potter

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Ancient everyday items like terracotta figurines, loom weights, spindle whorls and pottery vessels from the tombs in Jericho and Jerusalem will be on show at this new exhibition. They were found during excavations in the 1950s, carried out by influential archaeologist Dame Kathleen Mary Kenyon.

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Ian Potter Museum of Art

800 Swanston St

Carlton 3010

Nearby Stations: Melbourne Central

Telephone 03 8344 5148

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