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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.
Phone: 412-924-1394
Email: jechristmas@pts.edu
Price: Free
www.pts.edu/Archaeology-Lectures
Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archaeology Curator Emerita Nancy Lapp will reflect on her personal experience in the field and share details about major figures and excavations. Nancy’s work spans decades. She was W.F. Albright’s first female archaeology student, and is a precious connection back to that early generation of pioneering Palestinian/Near Eastern archaeologists. She still travels and continues writing and researching, recently submitting for publication a report on the excavations at Araq el-Emir.

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