When it comes to travel, I think we often drop the ball on perhaps the most important phase in making it meaningful: … Continue reading My Travel Guide: (Mental) Prep & Conceptualizing
For those that haven’t noticed (or live in a place where it hasn’t happened yet), the weather is changing and … Continue reading My Travel Guide
Hey everyone! The Apolline Project is now accepting applications for participants in a variety of programs designed to teach archaeological … Continue reading The Apolline Project is looking for participants!
Now that we’ve gotten to know Plutarch, let’s ask: Who was Suetonius? Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus was born ca. 70 AD, … Continue reading Part One (b): Who was Suetonius?
In the introduction, we established that in order to conduct a valuable, critical reading of ancient literature, the reader must … Continue reading Part One (a): Who is Plutarch?
As mentioned before, one of the primary focuses of my research is to conduct a critical reading of classical literature to … Continue reading Introduction: Researching Roman Biographical Literature
I’ve been silent on my blog lately as I’ve been trying to get things going here in Baltimore since I … Continue reading What Now?
Well, my field season is officially over (Cue “This is the End” by The Doors). Friday was my last day … Continue reading Ending the Season
Stratigraphy can be a fickle beast. In a previous post, I explained at length how it can become a nightmare. … Continue reading Appreciating the Little Finds in Life
Frustration continues near the summit of Sainte-Candie as we struggle to excavate through increasingly difficult stratigraphy. Compact brownish silt has … Continue reading Tools of the Trade