Looking for Hadrian

By Victoria Khroundina | August 22, 2014


Earlier this month excavations began at the 2,500-year-old city of Kyzikos, in Balıkesir, northwest Turkey. The prize in sight? A relief of Hadrian. Speaking to Hürriyet Daily News last week, Nurettin Koçhan, in charge of the excavations and an associate professor at the archaeology department of Atatürk University, said that...
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The Joukowsky Institute Competition for Accessible Archaeological Writing

By Victoria Khroundina | June 6, 2014


Adhering to the ethos that the results of archaeological discovery and analysis are important and deserve the widest possible audience, the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World at Brown University is launching a new archaeological writing competition. Inviting submissions of accessible and engaging articles, accompanied by a single...
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