Students to Conduct Archeological Field Study in Orvieto Italy

May 7, 2006

In June, several Saint Anselm students will join Professor David George, chair of college’s Classics Department, in Orvieto, Italy, as part of a month-long archeological excavation of a Roman villa. The age of the dig site ranges from first century BC to first century CE (common era).

Professor George and his students will document their experience by posting blog entries, photographs, and a podcast on their Web site during the month of June.

Visit their project Web site at www.anselmclassics.com.


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One Response to “Students to Conduct Archeological Field Study in Orvieto Italy”

  1. john d. kirwin, p.p. '58 on May 27th, 2006 9:45 pm

    Be sure you stand in the piazza of the cathedral at Orvieto around mid afternoon on a sunny day and behold the mosaic facade as it glistens in the sun, on a sunday you will more than likely be part of a crowd of people - it is a sight to behold - it’s a great town and you are most fortunate to be able to spend some time there, peace, ciao, jdkirwin, ‘58

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