The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH

January 1984
Archaeology;Jan/Feb84, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p10
Entertainment Review
Reviews "The Past Speaks: Writings on Papyrus and Clay From Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia," an exhibition at The Toledo Museum of Art in Toledo, Ohio, through February 26, 1984.


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