- Frank H. McClung Museum
The Frank H. McClung Museum is a museum of
natural historyand archeologyon the campus of the University of Tennesseein Knoxville. It was built in 1963and has on permanent exhibit a collection of artefacts from the Egyptian periods spanning the predynastic to the Ptolemaic. The museum also hosts various travelling exhibits and has permanent exhibits concerning East Tennessee geologyand archaeology, human evolution, and is an integral part of the school's anthropologydepartment.
* [http://mcclungmuseum.utk.edu/ McClung Museum Homepage]
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