SF Examiner: Persian Cyrus Cylinder is artifact of human rights

From the SF Examiner article:

The Cyrus Cylinder, named after the founder of the First Persian Empire, goes on view at the Asian Art Museum on Friday in the exhibition “Cyrus Cylinder and Ancient Persia: A New Beginning.”

Along with the younger Rosetta Stone and Magna Carta, the cylinder, on display in the U.S. for the first time, is a treasured historical object and considered the first declaration of what has become known in modern times as human rights.

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