Please join us Wednesday April 8 to hear from Dr. Kevin Glowacki, Texas A&M University, in a lecture titled “Pelargikon and Peripatos: The Archaeology of Cult on the Slopes of the Athenian Acropolis.”
This lecture will begin at 6 pm with a reception to follow after, and will be held in 105 Ruane Center, Providence College (please note that this is not the usual location!). See the map below for more information on the location of the lecture on Providence College campus.
If you’re not able to join us, don’t forget to follow us on twitter and like our facebook page for updates during the lecture.
Happy 2015 to all of our members! With the new year comes a new group of talks. We currently have two great lectures lined-up that we are very excited about:
February 26: “Women, Children and Families in the Military Communities of the Western Roman Empire” given by Elizabeth Greene, University of Western Ontario. 6:30 pm in Room 108, Rhode Island Hall, Brown University.
April 8: “Pelargikon and Peripatos: The Archaeology of Cult on the Slopes of the Athenian Acropolis” given by Kevin Glowacki, Texas A&M University. 6 pm in 105 Ruane Center, Providence College campus **This lecture will be held at Providence College.
Please check here for more updates, including talk abstracts, and our facebook page, which has all of our events activities (and is updated very frequently).
Join us on Thursday November 13 at 6:30 PM for a talk by Etruscan archaeologist Dr. Jean Turfa titled “Top śar (10) Recent Breakthroughs in Etruscan Archaeology.” See Dr. Turfa’s abstract below for more information. Q&A and reception will follow.
Also, remember to follow AIA Narragansett Society on twitter and facebook for live updates on lectures and events! We hope to see you next week!
You may not yet know it, but real Etruscans wore plaid, had to accommodate women drivers, built high-speed sailing ships, and availed themselves of quite sophisticated plumbing. You may not know it, but you just might be Etruscan – or be unwittingly using inventions the Etruscans (via Roman culture) gave us, such as the “Latin” alphabet, “Roman” numerals, and gabled wooden houses. Ten recent discoveries show how much our own culture relies on the breakthroughs of Etruscan innovators of the first millennium BC, and just how avant-garde this culture really was.
It’s that time of the year again! As part of our local celebration of Archaeology Day, the AIA Narragansett and the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World will be hosting a wide array of events and activities this Saturday, October 25 in Rhode Island Hall, Brown University from 10 am to 2 pm.
Come learn about stratigraphy, Sardinian ceramics, Hellenistic coins, and Egyptian scarabs. You can even help out in the Joukowsky Institute College Hill excavations on the Quiet Green! All ages are welcome, so come by and join us in celebrating Archaeology Day. We hope to see you there!
Not able to make it to tonight’s lecture? Want to know about this talk and other events in more detail? Lucky for you, we live-tweet all of our lectures, seminars, and events, as well as frequently update our activities on facebook! Check out the AIA Narragansett twitter account and facebook page for more information.