Environmental Histories of the Ancient Mediterranean in Ten ObjectsTBA (Long Island) Hempstead, NY
A virtual lecture given by Dr. Emilia Oddo, Assistant Professor of Greek Archaeology, Department of Classical Studies, Tulane University
The earliest cities in the world arose in a dynamic wetland environment at the intersection of the Tigris-Euphrates delta and the shore of the Persian Gulf during the 4th- and 3rd-millennia BCE. Recent work at the site of Lagash, led by the Penn Museum, in collaboration with the University of Pisa and Cambridge University, focuses […]
ZOOM lecture: "Discoveries in the Wadi el-Hudi, Egypt" by Dr. Kate Liszka (California Sate University, San Bernardino). Room opens at 12:45 and lecture promptly starts at 1 PM. Sign in at 12:45, please... More Zoom events are listed here on the St. Louis Society webpage.
The American Research Center in Egypt, Northern California Chapter, and the Near Eastern Studies Department, University of California, Berkeley, invite you to attend a lecture by Dr. Geoff Emberling, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, Univ. of Michigan: "New Perspectives on the African Empire of Kush: Excavation at Jebel Barkal" Sunday, May 7, 2023, 3 PM Pacific […]
ARCE-PA Lecture Sunday, May 7 at 3:30pm Penn Museum, Classroom L2 Speaker: Dr. Jessica Tomkins, Assistant Professor of History, Wofford College Lecture Topic: Rethinking Old Kingdom Kingship Abstract: Following Champollion’s decipherment of hieroglyphs, our understanding of Egyptian society advanced at lightning speed with every new text published. However, this rapid pace of scholarship also caused certain […]