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Lecture

Lecture

Penn museum has an active calendar of events including lectures, seminars, and talks that showcase the latest research in archaeology and anthropology.

Date Title Event Type
Mar 04 2015 - Mar 04 2015 Great Wonders Lecture—The Lighthouse at Alexandria: The Pharos in the land of the Pharaohs Lecture
Mar 05 2015 - Reconciliation and its Discontents Lecture
Mar 07 2015 - The Death of Caesar Lecture and Book Signing Lecture
Mar 08 2015 - Mar 08 2015 Beneath the Surface Lecture Series - Reinterpreting an Old Dig: Sitio Conte and the Penn Museum Lecture
Mar 14 2015 - ARCE Lecture: "A Wall for All Seasons: The funerary chapel of Pahery at El Kab" Lecture
Mar 24 2015 - Revealing the City of King Midas: Archaeology and Conservation at Gordion Lecture
Apr 01 2015 - Apr 01 2015 Great Wonders Lecture—The Statue of Zeus at Olympia Lecture
Apr 11 2015 - ARCE Lecture: "From Soldiers to Pharaohs: The Careers of Ay and Horemheb" Lecture
Apr 12 2015 - Apr 12 2015 Beneath the Surface Lecture Series - Animals at Sitio Conte: Beneath the Surface & the Living World Lecture
Apr 21 2015 - AIA Lecture: How Did She Get That Hair? Lecture
Apr 22 2015 - El Caño: Excavations of an Elite Precolumbian Cemetery in Panama Lecture
May 06 2015 - May 06 2015 Great Wonders Lecture: The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus and its Successors Lecture
May 10 2015 - May 10 2015 Beneath the Surface Lecture Series - Beneath the Skin: The Skeleton Within Lecture
May 23 2015 - ARCE Lecture: The Red Monastery Church: Beauty and Asceticism in Upper Egypt Lecture
Jun 03 2015 - Jun 03 2015 Great Wonders Lecture—The Great Walls of China Lecture

MUSEUM LOCATION

3260 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 898-4000

MUSEUM HOURS

Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
First Wednesdays: 10:00am - 8:00pm
Monday: CLOSED

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