Horn Archaeological Museum

The Siegfried H. Horn Museum is part of the Institute of Archaeology and houses over 8,500 ancient Near-Eastern artifacts, including coins, pottery, sculptures, tools, weapons, figurines, jewelry, seals, and glass vessels. The museum also sponsors a stellar lecture series and houses over 3,000 ancient cuneiform tablets from Sumerian through Neo-Babylonian times. 

The Horn Archaeological Museum has been featured on Leader Publications in an article entitled, "Uncover the past Andrews University." The article highlights the ancient treasures in the museum's artifact display and tells the story of how the museum began. View Article

 

 

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Photo: Jug from the Gaber and Dever Bedouin Folklore Collection

 
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