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LaunchPad is an engaging multimedia program of digital interpretive materials, which is currently accessible in the Mary and Michael Jaharis Galleries of Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Art. Sixteen...
LaunchPad in the Mary and Michael Jaharis Galleries of Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Art
Classroom activities that focus on the written languages of ancient Egypt, Greece, and Italy. Excerpted from the Art of the Ancient Mediterranean World teacher manual.
Classroom or Home Activity: Language Activities
Karen Manchester, chair of the Department of Ancient and Byzantine Art and Elizabeth McIlvaine Curator of Ancient Art, explores how in addition to purchase and gifts, long term loans are an important...
Video Lecture: Loan, Lend, Loaned, Lent—Another Way to Acquire Art
Scholar Mary Beard from the University of Cambridge, professor and author of The Roman Triumph, reflects on the global character of the Roman Empire. Karen Manchester, chair of the...
Audio Lecture: Urbs et Orbs—The City and the World in the Roman Triumph
This small earthenware sculpture was used in an important ritual which was enacted by the ancient people of the Nayarit region of West Mexico and is still performed by people elsewhere in Mexico...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Model of a Pole Dance Scene</em>
Boats were the most important means of transportation in ancient Egypt. This model of a boat, complete with its crew, was placed in an ancient Egyptian tomb to insure that the deceased would have...
Activity: Egyptian Model Boat

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