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Nemea Center

 

                                                     

                    

                                                           University of California, Berkeley -- Nemea, Greece 

The Nemea Center for Classical Archaeology is a research unit within the Department of Classics at U.C. Berkeley. Our research includes archaeological excavation in Greece, close-study of artifacts in the Nemea Archaeological Museum, digital archive work on campus, and various related research projects in Nemea and its surrounding areas. Learn more about us here!

Announcements:

Nemea Night is back for 2018! We hope you will join us on Tuesday, December 4th 2018 at 6:30pm for a reception in the East Pauley Ballroom (upstairs in the ASUC Student Union building) and a lecture at 7:30pm. Nemea Night is a fantastic opportunity to learn about the advances in Classical Archaeology being made by U.C. Berkeley faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students. We share photos and news about recent excavation seasons, plans for upcoming seasons, and plenty of food and conversation with Nemea Center students and supporters. Looking for more details about Nemea Night? Click here! If you have any questions about the event or about the Nemea Center in general, please get in touch with our director, Dr. Kim Shelton, at sheltonk@berkeley.edu. We hope to see you on December 4th!


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