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Get a Hands-On Taste of History with Johns Hopkins’ Adopt-an-Object Program
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This spring, a group of high school students from Notre Dame Prep found themselves in possession of a 3700-year old Egyptian magic wand. No, this isn’t the plot of a supernatural young adult ...

Posted today on Baltimore Fishbowl! Information on our new Adopt-an-Object Progr…

Posted today on Baltimore Fishbowl! Information on our new Adopt-an-Object Program
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Get a Hands-On Taste of History with Johns Hopkins’ Adopt-an-Object Program
www.baltimorefishbowl.com
This spring, a group of high school students from Notre Dame Prep found themselves in possession of a 3700-year old Egyptian magic wand. No, this isn’t the plot of a supernatural young adult ...

Another beautiful and informative piece from our Graduate Student curated exhibi…

Another beautiful and informative piece from our Graduate Student curated exhibit, The Roman House at Hopkins -


Dish with Raised Foot | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
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Dish with Raised FootBy Nicole BerlinSelect BibliographyEveryday Dining: Glass VesselsBowl with Ribbed HandlesJar with Blue Zigzag TrailPan or TrullaGobletJug with Green TrailsCup with Wide RimBeaker with Vertical IndentationsBeaker with Blue Trail Nicole Berlin is a second year Classical Art and Ar...

Check out this great exhibit on our website created by Betsy Bevis, Graduate stu…

Check out this great exhibit on our website created by Betsy Bevis, Graduate student in Classical Art and Archaeology. These pieces can be seen in person over the summer from 11am to 1pm Monday through Thursday.


Creating Comfort: Furnishing Textiles in Roman Domestic Spaces | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
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Creating Comfort: Furnishing Textiles in Roman Domestic SpacesBy Betsy BevisSelect BibliographyFragment of a Tapestry HangingCreating Comfort: Furnishing Textiles in Roman Domestic SpacesFragment of a Bedcover or RugFragment of Rag PatchworkPair of Curtain FragmentsFragment of a Curtain Betsy Bevis…