Announcing our special Halloween museum chat – Our next museum chat will be abou…

Announcing our special Halloween museum chat - Our next museum chat will be about Animal remains and mummies in Ancient Egypt. Come see our fabulous collection up close on October 31st from 12:15-12:45. Graduate students Ashley Fiutko Arico and Katie Riggs will be discussing the museum's numerous animal mummies and a set of crocodile osteoderms from the Eton Collection.


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Museum ChatsAn x-ray of one of the "ibis" mummies in our collection. We will also have a cat mummy and a shrew mummy on view during the October museum chat.Every month, the Museum offers monthly 30-minute “museum chats” about ancient objects in our collection, led by faculty and graduate students cu...

Does archaeology make you as happy as the kids from Monocacy Valley Montessori S…

Does archaeology make you as happy as the kids from Monocacy Valley Montessori School seen in these photographs? If so, volunteer with us at Port Discovery's Archaeology Day, Nov. 10th, 10am-2pm (two shifts available). You will be working with children to reconstruct "ancient" pots with ancient inscriptions on them in Egyptian hieroglyphs, Greek and Latin. If you are a JHU student and interested, email archmuseum@jhu.edu.


Volunteer with us at Port Discovery's Archaeology Day, Nov 10th.
Does archaeology make you as happy as the kids from Monocacy Valley Montessori School seen in these photographs? If so, volunteer with us at Port Discovery's Archaeology Day, Nov. 10th, 10am-2pm (two shifts available). You will be working with children to reconstruct "ancient" pots with ancient inscriptions on them in Egyptian hieroglyphs, Greek and Latin. If you are a JHU student and interested, email archmuseum@jhu.edu.

We are in the process of preserving some of our Egyptian animal mummies in time…

We are in the process of preserving some of our Egyptian animal mummies in time for our October 31st museum chat. Here's a little glimpse into current conservation work on an ibis mummy in the museum


Preserving an animal mummy...for the next Museum Chat!
We are in the process of preserving some of our Egyptian animal mummies in time for our October 31st museum chat. Here's a little glimpse into current conservation work on an ibis mummy in the museum

Dr. Mary Fissell's History of Medicine course visited the museum on 9/10/12 to l…

Dr. Mary Fissell's History of Medicine course visited the museum on 9/10/12 to look at objects in the collection once used to protect and heal as well as curse ancient people.


History of Medicine Course Visits the Museum
Dr. Mary Fissell's History of Medicine course visited the museum on 9/10/12 to look at objects in the collection once used to protect and heal as well as curse ancient people.