Cleaning 100 years of dust from a 2000 year old fresco...

Cleaning 100 years of dust from a 2000 year old fresco...

Cleaning 100 years of dust from a 2000 year old fresco...

Cleaning 100 years of dust from a 2000 year old fresco...
Happening tomorrow. Our museum chat on Ancient Egyptian Amulets. Looking forward to seeing you there! http://archaeologicalmuseum.jhu.edu/


Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
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Our next museum chat on Wednesday, March 26th features Kierra Foley, senior in Near Eastern Studies and Jill Waller, graduate student in Near Eastern Studies. They will discuss ancient Egyptian amulets, such as this wedjat eye, (ca.1069-525 BCE). We also invite you to make your own amulet!previous p...
We are closed for spring break, March 17-23rd, but we'll be back the week after that with an exciting museum chat. The museum's own Kierra Foley and Jill Waller will discuss ancient Egyptian amulets and you're invited to make your own! Happy spring break and see you in a week!

Looking at museum objects in ultraviolet light with students from Garrison Forest School and their teacher Dante Berretta, with all of us wearing our gorgeous UV goggles!

JHU students in Craig Hankin's "Still Life/Interior/Landscape" course recently held a session at the museum and created some wonderful work inspired by ceramics and faience objects in our collection. Thank you for your visits and your drawings!


Drawings of Museum Objects
JHU students in Craig Hankin's "Still Life/Interior/Landscape" course recently held a session at the museum and created some wonderful work inspired by ceramics and faience objects in our collection. Thank you for your visits and your drawings!

Ancient Objects come to the Bryn Mawr Little School
Recently, curator/conservator Sanchita Balachandran took ancient Egyptian objects to visit pre-schoolers at the Bryn Mawr Little School and talked about magic in the ancient world. The students then made their own magical amulets using silicone rubber molds and a modeling material.
Recently, curator/conservator Sanchita Balachandran took ancient Egyptian objects to visit pre-schoolers at the Bryn Mawr Little School and talked about magic in the ancient world. The students then made their own magical amulets using silicone rubber molds and a modeling material.


Ancient Objects come to the Bryn Mawr Little School
Recently, curator/conservator Sanchita Balachandran took ancient Egyptian objects to visit pre-schoolers at the Bryn Mawr Little School and talked about magic in the ancient world. The students then made their own magical amulets using silicone rubber molds and a modeling material.