Monthly Archives: June 2014

Curator Favorites

When it comes to the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology’s collections, not all artifacts are created equal. Some call out to us intellectually, others emotionally. To that end, we asked our curators to name their favorite Kelsey artifact or object. BY … Continue reading

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News from the Conservation Lab

BY SUZANNE DAVIS, Associate Curator and Head of Conservation At the end of May, I attended the big professional conference for conservators in the United States—the annual meeting of the American Institute for Conservation. This was a special meeting for … Continue reading

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“This quintessence of dust”: micro-debris analysis at Olynthos

BY ELINA SALMINEN, PhD student, Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan This summer, the University of Michigan will be starting a new archaeological project at Olynthos in Northern Greece in collaboration with the 16th Ephorate of … Continue reading

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