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October 08, 2009


Aimee Newell

Hi Will - Thanks for the compliment. My initial reaction, when I read your comment, was to think, "Both!" Or, really, I suppose both 1928 CE and 1300-2000 BCE, when we think the maul was made. For our purposes, its story from the 1928 period may end up being more often related to our exhibitions and research, but I think it's important to rememeber the maul's entire history. And, certainly, it could be used to represent any number of ideas and themes from 2630 BCE to its donation in 2008.

William Moore

Hi Aimee- Keep up the good work! I have to ask: For the purposes of the Museum, what is the maul's period of significance? 2630 BC or 1928 CE?

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