Need a break from finals – something to look at other than books? Visit the Arc…

Need a break from finals - something to look at other than books? Visit the Archaeological Museum this week online or in person. We're open from 10:30-1:30 Monday through Friday. You can also take a stroll and see hundreds of objects on display around the outside anytime.


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After 1:30 we will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday until Monday. Have a…

After 1:30 we will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday until Monday. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

In anticipation of Thanksgiving, the Museum offers two museum chats about feasti…

In anticipation of Thanksgiving, the Museum offers two museum chats about feasting in the ancient world on Tuesday, November 22 nd,:
From 12:15-12:30, Dr. Alan Shapiro, W.H. Collins Vickers Professor of Archaeology in the Department of Classics discusses an ancient Greek cup attributed to the Kiss Painter.
12:30-12:45, Dr. Matthew Roller, Professor in the Department of Classics, discusses feasting in ancient Rome.
The ancient objects discussed will be available for museum visitors to examine up close.


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Want a sneak peak at the cup attributed to the Kiss painter? Visit our website -

Want a sneak peak at the cup attributed to the Kiss painter? Visit our website -


Kylix attributed to the Kiss Painter | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
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The museum will be open this Friday an hour before and immediately after this gr…

The museum will be open this Friday an hour before and immediately after this great talk being sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America.


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The museum will be open this Friday an hour before and immediately after this gr…

The museum will be open this Friday an hour before and immediately after this great talk being sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America.


Wall Photos

Last month, first year students from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA…

Last month, first year students from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) visited the museum and produced these drawings in the museum space. Thank you to the first years and their professors Marcus Civin and Jan Razauskas for their visit. Click through the photographs for more information about the artist who made each image.


MICA First Year Students' Visit to the Museum

Last month, first year students from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA…

Last month, first year students from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) visited the museum and produced these drawings in the museum space. Thank you to the first years and their professors Marcus Civin and Jan Razauskas for their visit. Click through the photographs for more information about the artist who made each image.


MICA First Year Students' Visit to the Museum

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Fall Forum: The Archimedes Palimpsest
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Hear about groundbreaking techniques that saved the earliest surviving Archimedes manuscript, revealing much of what this Greek mathematician sketched in sand in Syracuse in the 3rd century B.C. The panel includes Stanford University Professor and historian of pre-modern mathematics, Reviel Netz...

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Kylix attributed to Douris | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
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