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Mummy Madness in Mentor

Kids made mosaics, took VR tours of King Tutankhamun’s tomb, excavated pottery, translated hieroglyphics, erected pyramids, competed in mummy races, and decorated sarcophagi during our Mummy Madness program. We celebrated the anniversary of the re-discovery of King Tut’s tomb with a special program earlier this month. … Continue reading

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Civil War Archaeology

Discover what archaeology can teach us about the US Civil War, and learn what techniques archaeologists use to study battlefields and other conflict zones. Rebekah Knaggs, an archaeologist by degree and park ranger at James A. Garfield National Historic Site, explains how … Continue reading

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