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The star-crossed stone

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Ken McNamara, the Director of the Sedgwick Museum, will talk about the archaeology, mythology and folklore of fossil sea urchins. He will explore why humans have been collecting these small round stones, bearing a five-pointed star, for almost half a million years.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Natural History Society series.

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