- Tom Peterkin: Nicola Sturgeon is good, but no King Midas
- Nicola Sturgeon's duties as First Minister seem to include an unofficial role as the Scottish Government's troubleshooter.
- Penn Museum exhibit features rare treasures from time of King Midas
- King Midas, with his magic hands of gold, was a popular figure in Greek mythology, but stories about his real life show his influence as the ruler of the Phrygian kingdom more than 3,000 years ago in the area now known as Turkey. The Penn Museum ...
- “The Golden Age of King Midas” goes beyond the myth
- One of the most famous stories of Greek mythology is the tale of King Midas, whose touch turned all to gold.
- Penn Museum celebrates life and myth of King Midas
- Sprawling through the right side of the museum for the next 10 months, visitors will be able to step back in time and explore the life and mystery of mythical ruler King Midas.
- At Penn museum exhibit on treasures of King Midas, all that glitters is not gold
- Rose is the curator of "The Golden Age of King Midas," now on view at the University of Pennsylvania's Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. It features 230 artifacts from the Phrygian kingdom, including bronze pots and dishware for a funeral feast, ...
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