Focusing on the art and archaeology of the ancient world, especially Bronze Age
Greece, Miriam G. Clinton has extensive fieldwork experience on excavations
in both Greece and Italy and serves as an architectural and digital archaeology
specialist for projects associated with the Institute for Aegean Prehistory’s Study
Center for East Crete. She will discuss her latest archaeological work on Crete,
a study of the artifacts found in the Mouliana Sellades “Warrior
Graves,” which include bronze and iron swords, a gold death
mask, and the first representation of a horse rider from Greece.