PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A new exhibit at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology shows ordinary objects from the site of the former World Trade Center in a moving display about September 11th.

The Penn Museum’s special display — “Excavating Ground Zero: Fragments from 9/11” — features 15 poignant objects recovered at the site of the terrorist attacks in New York City including eyeglasses, a computer keyboard, fragments of glass from the twin towers, and visitor badges.

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Richard Hodges, director of the Penn Museum, says visitors will be invited to remember where they were that morning as they examine the objects.

“They are very telling, and I think emotionally telling, because of their normality,” says Hodges.  “Rather than being treasure, you can see the things that meant so much in a rather undistinguished but normal way to the people who were in those buildings on that day.”

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The exhibit opens tomorrow.

Reported by Karin Phillips, KYW Newsradio 1060

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