Some of the world’s most significant artifacts from Nubia, will go on display Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Museum of the Oriental Institute at the University.
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Oriental Institute brings ancient Nubia to Chicago
Oriental Institute brings ancient Nubia to Chicago
Oriental Institute brings ancient Nubia to Chicago

Some of the world’s most significant artifacts from Nubia, an ancient African civilization that had important connections to Egypt, will go on display Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Museum of the Oriental Institute at the University.

Some of the world’s most significant artifacts from Nubia, an ancient African civilization that had important connections to Egypt, will go on display Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Museum of the Oriental Institute at the University.

Many of the artifacts, including one of the world’s oldest saddles, will be on display for the first time as the museum opens the Robert F. Picken Family Nubian Gallery. The exhibition will feature 650 artifacts excavated 100 years ago in what is today Sudan, as well as photographs taken of the excavations

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