Department of ClassicsUniversity of Cincinnati
Department of Classics

The Department of Classics in 2013 expanded its infrastructure considerably when it completed the remodeling of a suite of rooms that had previously belonged to the Classics library. 


This magnificent area now provides the department with much needed work space for archaeological projects and archival storage as well as offices, a home for our collection of glass slides, headquarters for the Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists, a laboratory for the Pylos excavations, and a new conference and meeting room. 

In early March the complex was inaugurated with a reception in honor of emerita professor Gisela Walberg, at which a display of posters describing her research at the Bronze Age center of Midea in the Argolid was exhibited. 


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Gisela Walberg with one of the Dirt on Midea displays


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The main workroom filled


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The main workroom waiting


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The new Conference Room