A Library of the Days of Abraham

A RECENT issue of The Congregationalist and Christian World contains a most interesting article by Rev. A. T. Clay, Ph. D., entitled "A Library of the Days of Abraham." We republish the following extracts from it.

Very important antiquities are to be found in the different museums of this country, yet without question the most important archaeological material that ever came to America has just arrived at the University of Pennsylvania. A library, of which every volume or tablet was written prior to Abraham's leaving Ur of the Chaldees, and which was excavated on the recent campaign at Nippur.

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