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Live Science Article Highlights ISAW Excavation

By dd102@nyu.edu
02/11/2014

The school discovered at Amheida, ISAW's excavation in Egypt's Dakhla Oasis, is featured in an article just published on Live Science. The article quotes extensively ISAW affiliated faculty member Raffaella Cribiore, professor of classics at NYU, who first published the poetic inscriptions on the wall of the school in collaboration with the excavation's field director, Paola Davoli, and ISAW Head Librarian David Ratzan.

Live Science Article Highlights ISAW Excavation

A 1,700 year old school discovered in Egypt's Dakhla Oasis with Greek writing on its walls.