"INVISIBLE BEAUTY". The Art of Archaeological Science

2021-05-13

When people imagine archaeologists, they often picture someone working in the field, but new discoveries are constantly happening in the laboratory. Using instruments to reveal the microscopic and hidden world, archaeologists and anthropologists are able to answer questions related to technology, use, trade, diet, health, and the environment. On Monday, May 24, 2021 (2:00PM - 3:00PM) Penn Museum organizes a virtual event and invites us to go under the microscope and discover a new world.

Penn Ph.D. Candidate in Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World, Janelle Sadarananda, will uncover how these large format images of archaeological materials illuminate the astoundingly beautiful world around us, evoking a sense of wonder at multiple scales.

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