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surfing with helen bates - lynn h. wood archaeological museum - nov.

updated sun 14 nov 04


Helen Bates on sat 13 nov 04

13th., 2004

Hi there!

The new Lynn H. Wood Archaeological Museum collection is online here:

The home page has a flash opener, but even if you don't have "Flash"
set up on your browser, just click on any of the graphic links to the
left of the word "menu" and go ahead. For the quickest route into the
collection, click on the Egyptian "Eye" to search the site's
chronological offerings.


Mark wrote:
> Went to the opening of the new Lynn H. Wood Archaeological Musem
> last nite.. (snip)
> William G. Dever (...) put his collection on loan to the Southern
> Adventist University (...)
> "Vessels In Time a journey into the Biblical World"
> The exhibtion is organized in chronological order. The objects date
> from the invention of writing and the first cities- from 3200BC to
> the Roman Empire in the Byzantine Period in AD 450 a journey of over
> 3,500 years in history
> Its all in pottery (...)
> The museum (...) (is) in Collegedale Tenn (...) close to Chattanooga
> (From)
> Mark , back on Lookout Mountain (...)

Helen Bates

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