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Conservationists Worried About Losing PA's Historical ArtifactsConservationists are worried about losing Pennsylvania's rich trove of historical artifacts.
Penn Museum To Loan Ancient Jewelry To TurkeyA Philadelphia archaeology museum will indefinitely loan ancient jewelry known as "Troy gold" to Turkey in exchange for a future exhibit of artifacts from King Midas' tomb.
The Philadelphia History Museum Reopens To Public This WeekExecutive Director Charles Croce says the first gallery offers an overview of the city's 300 year history, using an inventive combination of historic objects and first person narratives from contemporary Philadelphians.
Penn's Archaeology Museum Uses Replicas Of Chinese Mummies For NowTalks with China continue and the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is hoping the artifacts and mummies of the "Secrets of the Silk Road" exhibit will be allowed to be shown at the museum before heading back to China.
Archeologists Find Artifacts At New Scudder Falls Bridge SiteArcheology is just part of the overall bridge project, says Joe Donnelly of the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission. To make sure bits of the past are not lost to construction, test digs are done first, then more-involved excavations.
PennDOT Unearths 4,000 Year Old ArtifactsPennDOT is finding a trove of historic artifacts beneath I-95 in Port Richmond and Kensington, where it's constructing a new Girard Avenue interchange, and neighborhood residents got a chance to take a look at them Wednesday night.