16 April 2015 18:30 to 21:00
Join renowned archaeologist Nicolò Marchetti, as he showcases new
evidence from British archaeologists between 1876 and 1920 from the
excavation site at Karkemish between Turkey and Syria. In this lecture, Professor Marchetti will also present the archival research which has helped frame archaeological activities within the wider policies of their time.
Speaker: Nicolò Marchetti is Alma Mater Studiorum and Associate Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology at the University of Bologna. He is Director of the Turco-Italian Archaeological Expedition at Karkemish and Director of the School of Specialization on Archaeological Heritage.
This event is available to bookings.
Ticket Price: £ 10.00 (Free for members!)
Max Tickets Per Person: 8