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Painted Shroud with the Deceased Between Anubis and Osiris Roman Egypt (c. 180 C.E.) Pigment on Linen Ägyptisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany





Many students and faculty contribute to the Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization: Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean.

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Classics: Assistant Prof. Katie Rask
Morrill Hall
Marion Campus

History: Prof. David Brakke
230 Dulles Hall
Phone: (614) 292-2174

History of Art: Prof. Mark Fullerton
152 Hopkins Hall
Phone: (614) 292-5171

Department of Near Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures (NESA): Prof. Michael Swartz
321 Hagerty Hall
Phone: (614) 292-9967

  • Carman Romano (Classics 2021): Visiting Assistant Professor, Bryn Mawr College
  • James Wolfe (Classics 2020): Post-doctoral Fellow at the University of Michigan 
  • Michael Beshay (History 2020): Assistant Professor, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
  • Kathryn Caliva (Classics 2018): Visiting Assistant Professor, Kenyon College
  • Henry Blume (Classics, 2017): Lecturer, The Ohio State University
  • Adam Rappold (Classics, 2015):  Assistant Professor of Classics and Religion, Brock University
  • Avram Shannon (NELC, 2015): Assistant Professor in the Department of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young
  • Conrad Robinson (MA in Comparative Studies, 2015): Instructor, Columbus Community College
  • Hanne Eisenfeld (Classics, 2014): Assistant Professor of Classics at Boston College
  • Luke Gorton (Classics, 2014): Assistant Professor of Classics and Religion at the University of New Mexico
  • Craig Jendza (Classics, 2013): Associate Professor of Classics at the University of Kansas
  • Katherine Rask (History of Art, 2012): Assistant Professor of Classics, The Ohio State University 
  • Maxwell Teitel Paule (Classics, 2012): Associate Professor of Classics, Earlham College
  • Adria Haluzska (Classics, 2010): Assistant Professor of Classics, Eckerd College
  • Bridget Buchholz Dean (Classics, 2009): President of Bolchazy-Carducci Publishing

Image: Shroud showing the deceased between Osiris and Anubis. Painting on Linen. Ptolemaic Egypt, 180 BCE. Aegyptisches Museum, Staatliche Museen, Berlin, Germany.