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Stanford AIA Raubitschek Lecture with Ian Morris

"What Happened in History: 81 Years on from Gordon Childe" This lecture borrows the title from Gordon Childe's famous book and asks how his theory of the overall shape of prehistory and ancient history looks today.

The Archaeological Technicians of Quft and the Art of Excavation as Cultural Heritage in Egypt

Abstract: The small town of Quft in southern Upper Egypt is unique in the history of archaeology for having developed a specialized craft industry of highly skilled archaeological excavators, whose skills and networks in the field have been passed down through several generations of family “guilds” from the late nineteenth century to today. This talk […]

AIA Archaeology Hour with Elise A. Friedland

Join the AIA for a fascinating evening as Elise A. Friedland (George Washington University) presents Classical Washington: Greece & Rome in the Art & Architecture of D.C. This presentation will be given at 8pm Eastern/7pm Central/6pm Mountain/5pm Pacific. Washington, D.C., is a city like no other in the United States. A Greek Doric temple (the […]