Duke University | Classical Studies:

AIA-Sponsored Lectures, 2013-14: 

Molly Swetnam-Burland

College of William & Mary

Egypt in Italy: Collecting the Exotic in Rome

Thursday, April 10, 2014, 5 pm Murphey 104 @ UNC-CH


Thomas Parker

North Carolina State University

The Roman Port of Aqaba and the Roman Imperial Economy

Friday, April 4, 2014, 4 PM Murphey 104 @ UNC-CH

Reception to Follow


Eric Cline 

George Washington University

Of Canaanites and Kings: The Ongoing Excavation of a Middle Bronze Age Palace at Tel Kabri, Israel

Monday February 10, 12 noon in Murphey 304 Archaeology Seminar Room

Co-sponsored by The Department of Classics, UNC

Jodi Magness

Kenan Distinguished Professor for Teaching Excellence in Early Judaism, UNC-Chapel Hill

Samson in Stone: New Discoveries at Huqoq

January 15, 5.30, 0014 Westbrook (Duke University Divinity School)


Stefano Campana (University of Siena) and Maurizio Forte (Duke University)

Envisioning Digital Archaeological Landscapes: Vulci (Italy)

November 18, Murphey 104, 5 PM Murphey 104.


Victor M. Martinez

Carolina Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Classics UNC-CH

Networks of Intoxication: Wine Consumption in Late Antique Rome

Nov. 8, 5pm, Murphey Hall 104

  • Paestum 1
  • Agrigento 3
  • pottery
  • Hadrian's Villa 1
  • site
  • papyrus
  • Roman Forum 1
  • Jake 1
  • pottery
  • Jake 2
  • Tomb of Caecilia Metella
  • Morgantina 1
  • Rome
  • Pompeii 1
  • Acropolis
  • Paestum 2
  • Hadrian's Villa 2
  • Agrigento 2
  • Morgantina 2
  • Pantheon 2
  • Pompeii 2