For the last two years I have been working on researching a Roman-Egyptian terracotta figurine owned by USC and housed in the USC Archaeology Research Center. Over the last two years this project has produced some interesting results. This piece originally presented some interesting questions. I wanted to know what this was representing, who […]Read More The Smiting King… What’s the Deal?
It’s time for a new school year! Classes started this week, and we’re really excited about all the archaeology offerings this fall. Our newest professor, Maya expert Dr. Thomas Garrison, will be teaching two courses: ANTH-202: Introduction to Archaeology ANTH-202 is a great opportunity to learn about the theory, methods, and practice of archaeology. You […]Read More ARC Lab: Fall 2012