Category Archives: Students in the Field

Survey and Excavation in the Caucasus – Petra Creamer

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Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. In my last […]

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Rapoltu Mare: The Crossroad of Roman Dacia – Dwight Wu

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Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field.   My name […]

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Teens and Trips: Cultural Heritage Education at Gordion, Turkey

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By Janelle Sadarananda, with Naomi F. Miller and Ayşe Gürsan-Salzmann This post is part of a series reporting on the Gordion Cultural Heritage Education Project, conceptualized and led by Ayşe Gürsan-Salzmann, Deputy Director of the Gordion Project. Naomi F. Miller, consulting scholar at the Penn Museum, and Janelle Sadarananda, graduate student in AAMW, provided additional adult […]

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Sealings, Snakes, and Sacred Lakes: A Report from the 2015 Summer Season at Abydos – Part 1- Paul Verhelst

My kufti Ramadan, in the tan gellabiya, oversees the excavation of my unit in the areryt debris deposit. Excavation in Wah-sut usually involves removing the debris mounds from past excavations and the garbage that accumulates from the modern village of el-Araba.

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. Every excavation season […]

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Back to the Baths: Season 3 at Cosa – Sophie Crawford-Brown

Aerial view of our excavation area. The round outline of the laconicum is visible on the left (photo by Matthew Brennan).

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. At the beginning […]

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Quartz Crystals and Camelids; Why They Chose Cuncaicha – Katherine Morucci

Cuncaicha rock shelter

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. August 1, 2015 […]

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Archaeology of Central Asia: Excavations in Xinjiang (Part 1) – Annie Chan

My happy place: excavating inside a rock shelter.

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. August 7, 2015 […]

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Updates from Thrace: A Roman Gemstone – Samuel Holzman

The carnelian gemstone with a representation of Hermes (illustration by Sam Holzman).

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. This summer I […]

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On Maadi and Migration – Emily Sutcliffe

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Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. Prior to my […]

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Trekking in Transoxiana: My Journey to Central Asia and Beyond – Kyle Olson

Togolok-21, a fortified BMAC site in Turkmenistan (Photo Credit: Google Image Search, www.andrewlawler.com).

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. 1 August 2015 […]

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