This great exhibit at the Walters Art Museum will be featuring objects from our collection. Be sure to check it out starting October 6th.
Egypt’s Mysterious Book of the Faiyum Celebrates the Ancient Egyptian…
Baltimore—The Walters Art Museum presents Egypt’s Mysterious Book of the Faiyum, Sunday, October 6, 2013–Sunday, January 5, 2014. The exhibition…
The museum will be closed Thursday, May 22 through Monday, May 27 for commencement and Memorial Day weekend. We will re-open for our regular hours (Monday-Thursday 11am-1pm) on Tuesday, May 28th.
This small hand of Sabaziu is just one of the many great objects from our collection in our special exhibit, The Roman House at Hopkins.
Hand of Sabazius | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
Hand of SabaziusBy Laura HutchisonSelect BibliographyLar with Flared Tunic and Leafy CrownBucraniumHousehold GodsHarpokrates-Cupid with CornucopiaEtruscan Priest with Patera and Incense BoxHercules with Club and CloakLar with Patera, Flared Tunic and Leafy CrownHercules with Cornucopia and CloakHand…
View our new online exhibition (to go with the physical one in our museum space): The Roman House at Hopkins.
The Roman House at Hopkins | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
The Roman House at HopkinsBy Hérica ValladaresThe Roman House at HopkinsThe Roman House at HopkinsArchaeology of Daily Life Hérica Valladares is assistant professor of Classics at Johns Hopkins University. Trained both as a classicist and an art historian, she teaches interdisciplinary courses on Po…
Even if you missed some of the talks at the museum's Second Symposium, you can now hear and see them all on our website: archaeologicalmuseum.jhu.edu, and click on Symposium 2013. Here's just one of the 23 excellent presentations, this one by the museum's own Monika Lay.
An Examination of Three Roman Funerary Urns | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
An Examination of Three Roman Funerary UrnsBy Monika LayAn Examination of Three Roman Funerary Urns Monika Lay ('13) is an undergraduate student in Archaeology and Molecular and Cellular Biology at Johns Hopkins. She is the President of the Archaeology Club and has worked at the Archaeological Museu…
Starting Monday the museum will be switching to it's summer hours. We will be open: Monday-Thursday 11-1.