Sponsored by: Archaeological Institute of America Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter
Dr. Greg Warden, former professor of Art History and associate dean of the Meadows School of the Arts, now president of Franklin College in Switzerland, will present brand new scholarship on the most complete Etruscan inscription to be found in a scientific excavation in recent history. Dr. Warden directs the excavations at the Etruscan city at Poggio Colla as part of the Mugello Valley project, a multi-year, international and interdisciplinary archaeological program exploring the Etruscan and Roman roots of these region of central Italy not far from Florence.
Location: Fondren Science Building, room 123, on the SMU campus. 3215 Daniel Avenue. Enter the building on the south, campus side, from University Blvd. Best parking is in front of the building, accessed from University Blvd.