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The Egyptian Prisoner Statues: Depictions of Pharaoh’s Triumph

Harbor Walk West, room 217 360 Concord St., Charleston, SC, United States

Dr. Tara Prakash (College of Charleston) will discuss "The Ancient Egyptian Prisoner Statues: Depictions of Pharaoh's Triumph" on November 3, 2022, at 7:00 pm. Please join us to learn more about these fascinating artifacts and their archaeological contexts. The lecture will take place at Harbor Walk (360 Concord St., West building, room 217), the temporary […]

Manton Lecture

The Johns Hopkins University (Homewood campus) Gilman Hall 50, Baltimore, MD, United States

Please join the Baltimore AIA society for our first in-person talk since 2020! Dr. Catherine Popovici (The Johns Hopkins University) will speak about "Binding City, Sculpting Politics: Artistic Interventions in Classic Maya Landscapes" on Friday, November 4 at 5 pm ET. The talk will be streamed on Zoom but not recorded. Email for Zoom […]

Roman/Byzantine Ruins at Gadara in Jordan

ZOOM lecture "Roman/Byzantine ruins at Gadara in Jordan" by Sufyan al-Karaimeh (University of Leiden - Netherlands) 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 Earliest Pottery in the World

A lecture hosted by the Long Island Society of the AIA. Ilaria Patania, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Washington University in St. Louis will present on "the Earliest Pottery in the World." Why was pottery invented? While for decades we assumed a connection between plant domestication, pottery use, and social hierarchy today we know that […]