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August 01, 1986 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-01

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NI B Bk B , LE , S A NUTS A l

NEWS

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Centerpieces, camp, graduation, new babies,
happy birthday, welcome and so sorry.

‘rt From Israel
ro Tour U.S.

he largest and most im-
portant exhibit of ancient
art of the land of Israel to
ver travel abroad will be on dis-
ay at the Metropolitan Museum
f Art in New York Sept. 25
hrough Jan. 4, 1987.
1 The collection of archaeological
- .ds covers some 11,000 years.
' among the items included in the
:thibit are two of the Dead Sea
∎crolls, the oldest Hebrew texts
;: the Bible ever discovered. Al-
aost the entire collection comes
rom archaeological excavations
f famous biblical sites in Israel.
Yost were uncovered in this cen-
lury and none have been ex-
i.bited outside the country to
late.
Dr. Martin Wyle, director of
he Israel Museum in Jerusalem,
aid he and his colleagues have
fanned the exhibit for 12 years,
rid because it contains many of
he national treasures of Israel, a
opy of each item has been made.
'hat work alone took a year,
.
yle said.
This is the first major exhibit
hich will give Israel interna-
onal recognition by being dis-
layed in the world's leading
useums like the Met, Wyle
aid. "I hope this exhibition will
how another angle — the more
l iormal angle of Israel," he added.
Michele Cohn Tocci, director of
h e American Friends of the Is-
ael Museum, said the collection
complex and can be better ap-
feciated if the viewers come
ith some knowledge. For this
eason, the Met has put out an
ight page explanation.

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