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1: Nod and a Wink (Worcester Art Museum, 1937.91)

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On this week's episode, I talk about Worcester Art Museum accession number 1937.91, Statuette of a Man, a Sumerian sculpture from about 3000-2500 B.C.E. and one of the oldest pieces in the WAM.

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Our show art was made by V Silverman. You can hire them to make art for you at their website.

Our theme was recorded and engineered by Casey Dawson. You can hire him to make music for you at his website.

This episode was written, recorded, and edited by me, T.H. Ponders. You can follow me on Instagram and Twitter @thponders, and read my writing at muchadoabout.net.

Thank you for listening!

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