Browse Collections (5 total)

A. Sheldon Pennoyer Collection

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British, French and US military photographs of the allied advance at the end of World War II. US Capt. Pennoyer, member of the Monuments, Fine Arts,…

Committee for the Excavation of Antioch-on-the-Orontes 1932-1939

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In 1928, Charles Rufus Morey, chair of Princeton's Department of Art and Archaeology, proposed the exploration and excavation of the ancient and…

American Society for the Excavation of Sardis 1910-1914

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Howard Crosby Butler’s three Syrian campaigns established him as a preeminent Near Eastern archaeologist. Impressed by his scholarship, the director…

Howard Crosby Butler Archive: Syria

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The history of archaeology at Princeton University formally begins with Howard Crosby Butler (class of 1892), who joined the faculty in 1895 and in…

Brünnow and Domaszewski

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In 1895, 1897, and 1898, Rudolf-Ernst Brünnow, professor of Semitic philology and languages at the University of Heidelberg, and his friend and…