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Last fieldwork season at Azoria (Crete)
A Monumental Dig: The Azoria Project on Crete A large-scale archaeological project on Crete has created an enduring collaboration, an experiential global [...]
Documenting Herculaneum and Pompeii in the 18th and 19th centuries
A small exhibition featuring eighteenth-century prints and nineteenth-century photographs of monuments from Herculaneum and Pompeii is now on view at the [...]
The Azoria Project seeks volunteers for final excavation season (2017)
The Azoria Project (www.azoria.org) is conducting its final full-scale excavation season in May-July 2017, and seeks student volunteers to participate as [...]
Prof. Alicia Jiménez wins Loeb Classical Library Foundation award to excavate Roman camps near Numantia, Spain
Prof. A. Jiménez of Duke’s Department of Classical Studies has recently set up an excavation project in Renieblas (Soria, Spain), where at least five Roman [...]
Samson in Stone: New Discoveries in the Ancient Synagogue at Huqoq in Israel’s Galilee
Lecture by at The Getty Villa Date: Sunday, April 3, 2016 Time: 3:00 p.m. Excavations in the ancient village of Huqoq in Israel’s Galilee have [...]
Call for Applicants in Digital and Classic Archaeology
Post-doc position, Research Associate or Equivalent The DIG@LAB (Digital Digging) at Duke, Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies, seeks [...]
Morgantina at 60: 1955-2015
Colloquium session at the Annual AIA Meeting, January 2015. The Hellenistic Sanctuary on the Cittadella, 1957–2012 Paper by Carla Antonaccio, Duke [...]
Geophysical survey at the Roman camps at Renieblas (Spain)
The international team led by Duke University (York University, the University of Munich and Geozone) is conducting a geophysical survey at one of the [...]
Maurizio Forte and Nevio Danelon (Duke University) win Sparc award to work at Vulci
Vulci 3000 is a multidisciplinary project of archaeological research, training and digital communication focused on the Etruscan site of Vulci in central [...]
UNC Chapel Hill Graduate Student, Rebecca Worsham, wins SPARC award
Rebecca Worsham (Graduate Student, UNC Chapel Hill), has been awarded the Fieldwork Award from the Spatial Archaeometry Research Collaborations (SPARC) at [...]