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Professor presents archaeology paper

Professor presents archaeology paper

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Lycoming College professor of archaeology and Judaic studies, Dr. Pamela Gaber, recently presented a paper at the Archaeological Institute of America's annual meeting Jan. 3-6 in Seattle, Wash. She also was a visiting lecturer in January at the University of California Los Angeles' Cotsen Institute of Archaeology.

She also attended the British Museum's special viewing of the newly installed Cypriote gallery in London, which includes materials from the College's archaeology field school site of Idalion, Cyprus. For the past two years, Gaber has been a consultant on the installation of the exhibition. She also presented the lecture, "Regionalism in Late Bronze and Iron Age Cyprus" at the University of Oxford before leading a tour of the Cypriote galleries at the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford.

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