Faculty and emeritus faculty in the Cornell Classics Department currently direct or are active members of five major archaeological projects covering Armenia, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, and Turkey. These projects can provide Cornell students with the opportunity to participate in archaeological fieldwork and research. The projects variously focus on periods from prehistory through the Roman and later periods and can expose students both to cutting-edge archaeological research and the chance for a unique immersive cultural experience.
Explore some of our archaeology projects in detail using the links below.
Classics Archaeology Projects
Marzuolo Archaeological Project (MAP), southern Tuscany, Italy Casa della Regina Carolina Project at Pompeii Kalavasos and Maroni Built Environments (KAMBE) Project, southern Cyprus Project ArAGATS: Archaeological Research in Armenia Archaeological Exploration of Sardis, Turkey Cornell Halai and East Lokris Project (CHELP), Greece Cornell Institute for Archaeology and Material Studies