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Excavating ancient Gabii in central Italy
Excavating ancient Gabii in central Italy

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These are a few of our favorite things
Halfway through the season we have learned a lot about archaeology and are now settled into the daily routine of coming to site. Two and a half weeks is surely enough time to develop some strong feels and here are a few of the Gabii Project's favorite thing...
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A Fun Story About Locks and Limes
I'm Eli Jenkinson and here's a fun anecdote about locks and Limes! “It’s the start of day three on site and as always its an early start to the morning. Alarm goes off at 6 am and it’s time to start getting ready. Thankfully I had packed my bag the night be...
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Gabii Project at Penn
J. Marilyn Evans (Swarthmore College) will give a talk in a colloquium organized by the Department of Classical Studies at the Univeristy of Pennsylvania. The talk, titled "Buried Among the Living: Intramural Burial in Archaic Gabii", will offer  a reapprai...
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Gabii Project at the 117th AIA Annual Meeting
Jason Farr will present a paper titled "Lapis Gabinus: Quantifying the Economy of a Roman Tufo Quarry." The presentation is part of Session 3F -  The Economics and Logistics of Roman Art and Architecture , and is scheduled for Thursday, Januaryc7th 2:10 p.m...
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A Perfect Season Comes to an End
It will be a hectic time on site this week until the very moment we finally drop the curtain, but one thing is clear already: this has been a very successful season! After seven straight seasons the archaeological levels in the so-called Area D have been co...
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The Gabii Project is back!
If you are a friend of the Gabii Project, you will have seen from our facebook posts that a lot has been going on on site for the past four weeks! After a stint of preparatory work with staff only, a team of 40 students joined us on Monday June 29th for our...
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Android Tablets at Gabii
BY J. TROY SAMUELS , PhD student in the Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan Buon Giorno from Rome! This summer, the Gabii Project ,
a University of Michigan archaeological excavation and field school,
underto...
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Racel Opitz demonstrates use of the tablets to students . Rachel Opitz doesn’t dig much at Gabii, but rather records. Leading a
core team of four, her topography, data entry, and photogrammetric
modelling unit is tasked with the construction of a digital ...
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