Day: January 28, 2015

  • Ancient tunes, relived…

    That’s a good thing for Conner, who after completing a degree in music composition got deeply interested in Babylonian literature and poetry—which was originally recorded in cuneiform, wedge-shaped marks on clay tablets. But the words on the paper, the modern incarnations of these mineral etchings, were not enough for Conner. She wanted to know what […]