The Archaeology Lab and Archaeological Research at the Linder Center for Art History

Excavations and Research

    The Archaeology Lab is home to the U.Va. archaeological excavations in the classical and Hellenistic city of Morgantina (Sicily, Italy; directed by Prof. M. Bell), which are part of the overall U.S. archaeological program on Morgantina (directed by Prof. Bell and Prof. C. Antonaccio of Duke University), and to the Pompeii Forum project and related field work at the site of Pompeii (Italy; directed by Prof. J. Dobbins).

    Other current archaeological projects of Classical Archaeology faculty include excavations sponsored by Bilkent University and the University of Richmond at Hacimusalar, Turkey (Prof. T.J. Smith); and the House of Kadmos re-excavation and final publication project (Thebes, Greece; directed by Prof. A. Dakouri-Hild).

Current graduate students:

Former graduate students include:


McIntire Department of Art
University of Virginia
Lindner Center for Art History,
104 Fayerweather Hall
Rugby Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903

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