This summer, thirteen CWRU students joined Professors Adkins and Hammond for the course CLSC 326/426, “Rome on Site: The Archaeology of the Eternal City.” The group spent 17 days exploring Rome and Pompeii, Italy, and learning about ancient Roman archaeology, art, history, and culture on site – as well as where to find the best gelato shops in modern Rome!
Students and faculty in front of the Round Temple and the Temple of Portus in Rome, Italy, May 2022.
Dr. Hammond teaches students about the famous Roman sculpture of Dirce and the Bull on site in the Naples Archaeological Museum.
Students and faculty in the forum at Pompeii (with Mt. Vesuvius in the background).
CWRU students learn about ancient religions in one of the many shrines to the god Mithras at Ostia.