Adventures and Discoveries from Half a Century of Life as an Archeologist | Pittsburgh Theological Seminary | Lecture | Pittsburgh City Paper
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Adventures and Discoveries from Half a Century of Life as an Archeologist 

When: Thu., March 28, 7:30-9:30 p.m. 2019
Phone: 412-924-1394
Email: jechristmas@pts.edu
Price: Free
www.pts.edu/Archaeology-Lectures
Nancy Lapp's career in archaeology has been nothing short of remarkable. In the 1950s, she became pioneering archeologist William F. Albright's first female student, sending her across the world to explore some of the most exciting excavations and discoveries on the planet. Lapp's specialty is Near East Archaeology, a field focused on unearthing history in the Fertile Crescent. Dive into Lapp's stunning career as she recounts stories from her life and career at Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archaeology at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. And afterward, put that new knowledge to work and explore everything the museum has to offer.

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