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Peabody paying tribute to its famed murals
Yale Bulletin, April 20, 2007|Volume 35, Number 26
“The year 2007 marks the 60th anniversary of what is arguably the world’s most famous dinosaur painting, the 110-foot-long ‘The Age of Reptiles,’ and the 40th anniversary of its less-famous but equally prized companion, ‘The Age of Mammals,’ both on permanent display at Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural History.”
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