Cincinnati Muesum Center and Mount St. Joseph University have teamed up to keep two important artifact on display in the community.
- The Late Devonian period Dunkleosteus will stretch more than 10 feet in the Seton Center. The roughly 380 million year old fish is noted for its armored head and its incredible jaw strength, more than twice that of a T-Rex.
- Beginning in August, Umi, the Egyptian child mummy dating back almost 1800 years, will be on display along with its other exhibit components in the Archbishop Alter Library. Umi will be surrounded by familiar faces at Mount St. Joseph. Professors Gene Kritsky, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Murray, Ph.D., were involved in helping reveal more about Umi’s background and making sense of the items buried with the child.