Tagged archaeology

One Man’s Vision at the Getty Villa, Part 3 of 3

Location: The Getty Villa, Pacific Palisades, California, USA Date of Visit: January 18, 2016 Website: http://www.getty.edu/visit/villa/ This last installment of this article series will showcase a few select exhibits at the Getty Villa. While the J. Paul Getty Trust’s collection is an encyclopedia of fine art, the Villa’s exhibits are exclusively classical art and artifacts….

One Man’s Vision at the Getty Villa, Part 1 of 3

Location: The Getty Villa, Pacific Palisades, California, USA Date of Visit: January 18, 2016 Website: http://www.getty.edu/visit/villa/ You sweep down a garden walkway paved with exotic colored marble, admiring the shadows of tall columns topped with Corinthian capitals. Rosemary overflows from the garden flower beds, scenting the air as you pass. Delicate paintings on the walls…

My York MA

My MA Experience at the University of York I first heard of the University of York from Deborah Deliyannis, the lovely professor who had mentored me at Indiana University. She knew of York for two main reasons: first because she had excavated at Sutton Hoo under the supervision of Martin Carver, one of the grand…

Medieval Wonders of MAN

Museum: Museo Arqueológico Nacional, Madrid, Spain Date of Visit: September 20, 2015 Website: http://www.man.es/man/en/home The National Archaeology Museum, located in Madrid, offers a summary of the cultural history of Spain in 4 floors. The extensive collection is showcased in comprehensive, thoughtful exhibits, and the 2013 renovation is evident in the carefully applied technology and inclusive…

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