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Ancient Cypriote Sculpture in New York: Cesnola, the Metropolitan Museum and 19th Century Spectacle

Dr. Ann-Marie Knoblauch Associate Professor, Art History Virginia Tech In the 1870s, two massive shipments of ancient Cypriote art arrived in New York, forming the foundational collection for the city’s new universal museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The collection had been acquired from Luigi Palma di Cesnola, the notorious antiquities collector working on Cyprus. […]

The Archaeology of Dreams and What It Tells Us about Climate Change

ZOOM Lecture: "The Archaeology of Dreams and What It Tells Us About Climate Change" by Dr. David S. Whitley, Adjunct Professor in the School of Geographical Sciences at Arizona State University. Zoom 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 […]

Mes Aynak and the Continued Threat to Archaeology and Archaeologists

September Denver Society Lecture: Saturday September 24, 2022 @ 1:00 PM, Online Webinar Mes Aynak and the Continued Threat to Archaeology and Archaeologists Presented by Erik DeMarche, MA, International Archaeology Consultant & President of the Denver Society of the Archaeological Institute of America Abstract: The archaeology site of Mes Aynak consists of a one-thousand-year-old Buddhist […]