Roads of ArabiaThis landmark exhibition presents more than 7,000 years of largely unknown cultural history of the Arabian Peninsula. Roads of Arabia examines the impact of ancient trade routes carrying precious frankincense and myrrh to the Mesopotamian and Greco-Roman world and allowing for a vibrant exchange of both objects and ideas. With the later rise of Islam, pilgrimage roads converged on Mecca and gradually replaced the well-traveled incense roads.Date: 06/22/2013 -          11/03/2013

Location: Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 4400 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA
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