Monthly Archives: January 2015

Snowing Dogs and More Dogs

BY MARLENE MICHELS GOLDSMITH, Volunteer Docent, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan As I write this, it seems to be snowing dogs and more dogs inside and outside of the Kelsey Museum, all in preparation for our upcoming special … Continue reading

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Attending the Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting

BY KATHERINE LARSON, PhD candidate, Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan Over the weekend of January 8–11, I—along with the majority of the Classics Department—escaped the frigid air of Michigan to attend the joint Archaeological Institute of … Continue reading

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Conserving a Seleucian Incantation Bowl

BY MADELEINE NEIMAN, 2014–2015 Samuel H. Kress conservation fellow at the Kelsey Museum. During her time here, Madeleine’s work will focus on the technical analysis and treatment of objects from the Seleucia collection. The vessel was excavated in the 1930s from … Continue reading

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