The faience "artifacts" made by the "Examining Archaeological Objects" class hav…

The faience "artifacts" made by the "Examining Archaeological Objects" class have started to dry out and the salts have migrated to surface. Check back to see how these look after kiln firing in a couple of weeks.

The faience "artifacts" made by the "Examining Archaeological Objects" class hav…

The faience "artifacts" made by the "Examining Archaeological Objects" class have started to dry out and the salts have migrated to surface. Check back to see how these look after kiln firing in a couple of weeks.

in the course "Examining Archaeological Objects"

in the course "Examining Archaeological Objects"


Making Egyptian Faience at the Museum
in the course "Examining Archaeological Objects"

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Making Egyptian Faience at the Museum
in the course "Examining Archaeological Objects"

Did you know that there is an ancient cuneiform tablet written for first JHU Pre…

Did you know that there is an ancient cuneiform tablet written for first JHU President Daniel Coit Gilman on view at the museum? Come hear more at our museum chat on Tuesday, April 10th from 12:15 to 12:45. If you want a sneak peak and what the tablet for President Gilman says, visit our website: http://archaeologicalmuseum.jhu.edu/the-collection/object-stories/museum-chats/cuneiform-tablet-for-daniel-coit-gilman/


Cuneiform Tablet for Daniel Coit Gilman | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
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The art (or crime) of copying ancient artifacts is an old one. Our next museum c…

The art (or crime) of copying ancient artifacts is an old one. Our next museum chat on Tuesday, April 10th, from 12:15-12:45 examines ancient objects-Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets and Greek figurines-and the modern works they inspired.


Museum Chats | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
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