Artifact Collection, circa 2150 BCE -- 2007 CE

This collection has:

27.2 Cubic Feet
215 Artifact(s)
2 Digital Object(s)

The Artifact Collection is an artificial collection created in 2001, which consists of materials relating to Tufts University and people associated with Tufts University; artifacts from ancient cultures and modern; and manuscripts, prints, and other texts, all dating circa 2150 BCE – 2007 CE. Materials included in this collection are coins; cuneiform tablets and cones; illuminated manuscripts; leaves from early printed books; maps; paintings; prints; sculptures; textiles; and other artifacts.

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