The Philadelphia Society is one of a growing number of AIA Local Societies in the United States. Local Societies provide a vehicle for people interested in archaeology to meet one another, to learn about new discoveries, and to hear from scholars about their current research.
(user nicke at (@) the domain csanet.org) Harrison (Nick) Eiteljorg, II, Center for the Study of Architecture, P.O. Box 60, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010; phone (610) 525-7925; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phoebe A. Sheftel, 414 Barclay Road, Rosemont, PA 19010; phone (610) 526-1802; email: email@example.com
Lynn C. Makowsky, University of Pennsylvania Museum, 3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6324; phone (215) 898-4073; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The AIA's Archaeology Magazine is now available on the Web.
We think this will be an exciting year, with news of recent work by local archaeologists and outstanding lecturers from the national office. Note that there are two successive lectures on the Caucasus, one on the Classical period and one on the Bronze Age. We hope that will spur some interesting discussions.
As always, there will be receptions following the talks so that members of the audience can meet and talk individually to the speakers. The receptions are hosted by members of the Philadelphia Society, and we hope many of you will want to help host the receptions this year. You may contact any of us about that.
The speakers are taken to dinner as guests of the AIA. If you would like to join us at any of those dinners (Dutch treat), please contact Nick Eiteljorg at the address or phone number listed above several days in advance.
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