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Classical archaeology

Classical archaeology is the study of the Ancient Mediterranean world through the scientific study of material remains.

Through either the classics or classical studies programs, students will have the opportunity to:

  • participate in our summer field school and research projects
  • explore our ancient artifact collection
  • engage in experiential learning in our new pottery lab
  • study ancient art and architecture
  • examine the scientific methods of identifying and excavating sites
  • learn about the engineering feats of the Greeks and Romans
  • become acquainted with the various scientific methods and digital technologies used in the study of material remains
  • take part in our travel study programs to Greece or Rome.

Contact the undergraduate advisor, Carolyn MacDonald, for more information.