On September 21st, the museum is opening two special "research" sessions for Harvard undergraduates in the museum to assist in solving a riddle posed by a mysterious telegram. Who will decipher the mysteries of the ancient world? Who will uncover the multitude of puzzles and riddles posed by mysterious artifacts from thousands of years ago? And who will be successful at lifting the curse on the Harvard Semitic Museum?
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Piety and Patienthood in Medieval Islam: A book talk by Professor Ahmed Ragab Reception to Follow Free and open to the public Sponsors: The Alwaleed Islamic Studies Program, The Science, Religion, and Culture Program at Harvard Divinity School
Room 201, Semitic Museum, 6 Divinity Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138
The 35th meeting of the Harvard History and Archaeology of Ancient Near Eastern Societies Workshop takes place on Wednesday, September 5th at 5:15 pm in HSM 201. Our speaker is Michael Dietler of The University of Chicago. As always, a reception will follow the event.