IAD Blog

October 23, 2019

IAD at Ancient Corinth


Guests are invited to show us what archaeology means to them. Photo courtesy of Eleni Gizas/ASCSA.

On International Archaeology Day, the American School of Classical Studies – Corinth Excavations invited visitors to the Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth to learn about fieldwork, finds processing, and conservation techniques from tools and archival material used by ASCSA Corinth Excavations. Fourth graders from the Elementary School of Ancient Corinth and museum visitors showed us through their own drawings what archaeology means to them. The drawings are currently displayed at the entrance to the archaeological site.

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