American Excavations Samothrace
The American Excavations Samothrace project developed best practices for digitally recording the discoveries of archaeological excavation through work at the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on the Greek island of Samothrace of the American Excavations Samothrace. The team includes archaeologists, conservators, geologists, geomorphologists, geographers, numismatists, and architects, as well as students in all of these fields.
The current project website presents the current research of the American team working in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on Samothrace.
American Excavations Samothrace is engaged in several projects designed to deepen our understanding of the terrain and built environment of the Sanctuary. ECDS supports the continued development of the 3D model of the Sanctuary of the Great Gods.
Department of Art History
Department of Environmental Sciences
Library and Information Technology Services (LITS)
Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
|Community Partners||Institute of Fine Arts of New York University|
Institute of Fine Arts of New York University
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
Partner University Fund of the French American Cultural Exchange Foundation
Malcolm Hewitt Wiener Foundation
|Project Contacts||American Excavations Samothrace website|
ECDS projects advance Emory University's mission through research, pedagogy, publishing, and public scholarship.
|Research||An American team of archaeologists has conducted research and excavations at the Sanctuary of the Great Gods since 1938. Emory students participate in the excavation, and the website and model communicates the work there.|
|Pedagogy||Emory undergraduate and graduate students participate in project research.|
|Public Scholarship||The website makes discoveries available in digital format to the general public.|