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AP World History Students Experience History Through Artifacts
On Friday, September 23, The A.P. World History students went on a field trip to the McClung Museum on the campus of the University of Tennessee and the Museum of Archaeology at Johnson University. While at the McClung Museum, these students were taken through two exhibits: Ancient Egypt and Art of the World’s People. The tour guides discussed artifacts from the Rosetta Stone, to an actual mummy, to the Silk Road, and a Daoist blanket. At the Museum of Archaeology, they were able to look at ancient coins, Roman luxury pottery, and animal and human figurines. Many of those artifacts come from Palestine, with some even dating back to the time of King Hezekiah.