Here’s a peek at what we’ve been doing behind the scenes at the museum.

Here's a peek at what we've been doing behind the scenes at the museum.


Cataloguing the Museum Collection | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
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The museum will be closed on Monday due the Holiday – Our winter hours will resu…

The museum will be closed on Monday due the Holiday - Our winter hours will resume on Tuesday.

Our "Museum Chat" about a Roman lead curse tablet in the museum collection was f…

Our "Museum Chat" about a Roman lead curse tablet in the museum collection was featured on WBAL-TV (Baltimore's NBC station). While we were excited to have the museum featured on the 5'o'clock news on October 31st, 2011, there were quite a few inaccuracies in their reporting. Point out three incorrect statements in the report (by reading more information the tablet at our website http://archaeologicalmuseum.jhu.edu/the-collection/object-stories/a-roman-lead-curse-tablet/)
and win a prize. Our contest ends at 11:59pm on December 31st.


Dec 16, 2011 11:03am

Today was the last day of our Fall Semester schedule. Starting tomorrow we will…

Today was the last day of our Fall Semester schedule. Starting tomorrow we will only be open 11-1:00 Monday-Thursday. Our hours will be extended again after the Winter Break.

25 budding archaeologists visited us from Monocacy Valley Montessori School last…

25 budding archaeologists visited us from Monocacy Valley Montessori School last November. During their tour of the museum they learned about ancient Egyptian, Roman, and Etruscan archaeology as well as artifact conservation. Here are a few photos from their visit.


Monocacy Valley Montessori School
On November 17th 2011, Monocacy Calley Montessori School visited the museum to learn about archaeology.

The American Schools of Oriental Research recently published this review of the…

The American Schools of Oriental Research recently published this review of the museum.


Dig-it-al NEA - Publications - ASOR
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The American Schools of Oriental Research

The next Archaeological Institute of America lecture is Tomorrow. Take a break…

The next Archaeological Institute of America lecture is Tomorrow. Take a break from your studies or your grading. Come feast your eye on the Museum's beautiful collection. Then stop by Gilman 50 to grab a cookie and listen to a great and free talk. As always - the museum will be open from 4-5 and 6-7 (before and after the talk).


AIA Event Listings - Satellite Imagery Mapping of Africa and Arabia: Landscape Archaeology in the La
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Location: Gilman Hall Room 50, The Marjorie Fisher Auditorium on the Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus Baltimore, MD United States