Monthly Archives: March 2015

Letter from the Met

BY EMMA SACHS, PhD candidate, Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology and Museum Studies, University of Michigan; Bothmer Fellow, Metropolitan Museum of Art This year I have been conducting research and writing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art as a Bothmer Fellow in … Continue reading

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A Romano-Egyptian Lion Takes a Bath

BY CARRIE ROBERTS, Conservator, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology When it comes to conserving works of art, how do you treat what you can’t see? When a carved limestone lion from Karanis came to the conservation lab a few months ago, … Continue reading

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