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by Elaine A. Evans, Curator, Adjunct Assistant Professor, McClung Museum Samples of ancient papyrus are rather rare due to the […]


by Elaine A. Evans, Curator, Adjunct Assistant Professor, McClung Museum Introduction The McClung Museum has been given an ancient Egyptian, […]


by Gary D. Crites, McClung Museum Introduction During the past three decades, evidence pertaining to the interrelations between people and […]


by Elaine A. Evans, Curator/Adjunct Assistant Professor, McClung Museum Introduction The McClung Museum’s recently acquired ancient Egyptian wood coffin face […]


by Elaine A. Evans, Curator/Adjunct Assistant Professor, McClung Museum, University of Tennessee Introduction A recently acquired mask from a cat […]


by Lynne P. Sullivan, McClung Museum, University of Tennessee The Southeastern Ceremonial Complex (SECC) is a term used by archaeologists […]


Exhibition catalogue for Scholars, Scoundrels, and the Sphinx (January 28, 2000–July 30, 2000), which explores the Nile River Valley between 1850 and […]


by Lynne P. Sullivan, McClung Museum, University of Tennessee Archaeologists use both absolute and relative dating methods to find out […]


by Elaine A. Evans, Curator/Adjunct Assistant Professor, McClung Museum, University of Tennessee Introduction In 1994 the McClung Museum received two […]


by James B. Stoltman, University of Wisconsin-Madison Note: The Icehouse Bottom site is located in Monroe County, Tennessee, near the town […]