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    A Physician in Ancient Egypt

    Ancient Egypt had some unusual characteristics beyond pyramids and mummies. Diseases of the era are depicted in temple artwork and Egyptian physicians were respected for their knowledge in the ancient world. Join Dr. Philip Goscienski for a virtual lecture as…

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    Brown Bag Sessions

    Brown Bag Sessions are informal talks about a variety of subjects, including current research and issues facing the archaeological community. Join us during your lunch break for a short presentation followed by a group discussion. Session 1 – A Case…

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    Employment Seminar

    This event has been POSTPONED. Interested in working in the field of archaeology? Hear cultural resource management (CRM), government, and academic archaeologists discuss job-seeking at the Employment Seminar. Learn how you can make yourself visible to multiple CRM firms with…

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    Annual BBQ

    This event has been POSTPONED. Join us for an afternoon of food, amusement, and music in support of the Center.  Proceeds from the BBQ provide funding for K-12 field trips and classroom programs, adult lectures and workshops, museum exhibits, curation,…

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    Adult Programs and Tours

    The Center offers presentations to community groups at the Center or your location. Each 45-minute lecture includes a slide show and a question and answer period. Learn about the history under your feet and the recent research conducted at the…