"Great Battles" Evening Lecture: Was there a Trojan War?

Date/Time

Dec 5, 2012
06:00 PM until 07:30 PM

Description

"Was there a Trojan War? Assessing the Evidence from Recent Excavations at Troy" In the course of the latest campaign of excavations at Troy, in northwestern Turkey, archaeologists have uncovered a wealth of evidence that enables us to situate the site within the political and military history of the late Bronze Age (14th/13th centuries BCE). Dr. C. Brian Rose, Curator, Mediterranean Section, Penn Museum, speaks at this “Great Battles: Moments in Time that Changed History” series lecture program.

Cost

Admission with advance registration, $5; $10 at the door based on availability.

Location

View map Penn Museum
3260 South St.
Philadelphia, PA

Additional Information

Sponsor

Penn Museum

Phone

(215) 898-2680

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