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Art Talk: First Feasts

 The First Feasts: How Communal Meals Became a Central Part of Human Rituals

Join Natalie D. Munro, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Connecticut, for a lecture on the earliest known feast festival from a 12,000 year old burial cave at Hilazon Tachtit in Israel.  Evidence from Hilazon illuminates how feasts became a universal part of our modern day rituals including holidays and the passage of major life events.  

All Welcome.  Sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America - (AIA) of Westchester

Related LibGuide: Older Adults by Kate Colquitt

Sunday, April 7, 2019
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Multipurpose Room
  Adult     Seniors  

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Kate Colquitt

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