Classics students spent four weeks in Greece, as part of a summer Classics course taught by Professor Paul Iversen, where they were able to participate in an active archaeological project–The Lechaion Harbor & Settlement Project. In addition to their field work, students learned about the history Greco-Roman culture and visited major archaeological and cultural sites around the country. Check out the pictures below!
Professor Paul Iversen (center) with Samantha Rodgers (left center) and Rio Castro (right) near the temple of Hera at Parachora on the Corinthian Gulf.
Students (from left to right) Samantha, Rio, Joshua Breckenridge, Alexander Liu, Bronson Hausmann (back), and David Meshnick at the Lion’s Gate at ancient Mycenae.
Posing with a piece of the Propylaea on the Athenian Acropolis in the background. From left to right: David, Professor Iversen, Joshua (front), Rio (back), Samantha, Bronson
Students (from left to right) David, Rio, Joshua, Bronson, Alexander, and Samantha at the starting gate at ancient Isthmia.
Students (from right to left) Bronson, Alexander, Rio, Josh, Samantha, David, and Professor Iversen at the temple on Temple Hill, Corinth.