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Teens and Tumuli: Cultural Heritage Education at Gordion, Turkey

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

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National Geographic Visits Gordion

Mary Voigt leading the NGS group on a tour of the Gordion Citadel Mound, explaining how the fortifications were rebuilt in the time of King Midas (Middle Phrygian period).

The National Geographic Society Committee for Research and Exploration visited Gordion on June 4. Months of planning went into the visit. The NGS apparently does not like surprises, and we were scheduled to the minute! We met up with them at their hotel at 7 AM (sharp), and we headed out from Ankara to Yassıhöyük […]

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Native American Voices at the Penn Museum