Vol. 56 / No. 2

By: Lauren Ristvet and Cinzia Pappi

Reports from the Field: Illuminating a Dark Age: New Work at Satu Qala, Iraq

In 1177 BCE, the armies of Ramses III, the pharaoh of Egypt, fought pitched battles on land and sea against […]

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Photo of skeletons in hasanlu

Vol. 60 / No. 1

By: Katherine Burge and Lauren Ristvet

Last Day at Hasanlu: An Iron Age City Frozen in Time

In the summer of 1958, a young archaeologist by the name of Robert H. Dyson, Jr., led a team from […]

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Vol. 64 / No. 2

By: Lauren Ristvet, Virginia Herrmann, Eric Hubbard and Joanna S. Smith

At a Crossroads of Culture: Creativity and Innovation in a Region Known for Conflict

On November 19, 2022, the Penn Museum will open the doors of the new Eastern Mediterranean Gallery, subtitled “Crossroads of […]

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Vol. 64 / No. 3

By: Lauren Ristvet, Virginia Herrmann, Eric Hubbard and Joanna S. Smith

From the Guest Editors: Exploring a Cultural Crossroads

THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN GALLERY, opened November 19, 2022, celebrates the Penn Museum’s history of excavation and research in the cultural […]

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