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  • MSU Leading Digitized Archeology Project in Greece

    Jul 29, 2021 · His work is a little bit retro, a little bit modern, and all things classical. As the new Director of the MSU Excavations at Isthmia in Greece, Associate Professor Jon Frey has dug deep into content to create a new website for the decades-old …

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  • Excavations At Carthage Conducted By The University Of

    Excavations at Carthage 1977 Conducted by the University of Michigan Excavations at Carthage 1977 Conducted by the University of Michigan This deluxe volume on Caesarea, climaxing new excavations in 1992-95, discusses comprehensively a famous ancient city's archaeology, history and culture. New discoveries include the amphitheater and royal

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  • Jon FREY | Michigan State University, MI | MSU

    Michigan State University " the Ohio State University Excavations at Isthmia must face the challenge of updating its traditional paper-based recording systems in order to take advantage of the

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  • Using GIS to Explore Legacy Spatial Data at Isthmia

    Using GIS to Explore Legacy Spatial Data at Isthmia Louise M. Steele1 and Jon M. Frey, Ph.D2 1Department of Anthropology, Michigan State University 2Department of Art, Art History, and Design

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  • Study Abroad - Michigan State University

    This program offers you the opportunity not only to experience the ancient world as it has been revealed by others, but also to participate in the process of uncovering the past yourself as a member of the team at the Ohio State University Excavations at Isthmia.

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  • Arcs: The Archaelogical Resourcing Catalog System

    The ARCS project grew out of an effort to digitize the archives of the Ohio State University Excavations at Isthmia in Greece. In 2010, educational technology specialists at the Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters were invited to create an web-based digital archival solution that could provide open and easy access to the legacy documentation in the Isthmia archives.

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  • Digital Dig: A New Discovery From Ancient Greece – College

    Mar 29, 2017 · Frey started the Isthmia excavation project in 1993 as a student studying abroad at Ohio State University and has been back to the site every summer since 2004. In 2008, Frey began bringing his MSU students to Isthmia. OSU's Timothy Gregory, who taught Frey, is the director of the dig and collaborator on this project.

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  • Study Abroad - Excel Network – Michigan State University

    May 14, 2020 · This program offers you the opportunity not only to experience the ancient world as it has been revealed by others, but also to participate in the process of uncovering the past yourself as a member of the team at the Ohio State University Excavations at Isthmia.

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  • Michigan State University Excavations at Isthmia

    Jon Frey created the group Michigan State University Excavations at Isthmia on Humanities Commons 11 months, 2 weeks ago About this group This group is dedicated to discussions surrounding ongoing research at the MSU Excavations at Isthmia.

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  • Myth & History – Isthmia

    History. A large Doric temple to Poseidon was built at Isthmia around 700 BC. The site at the Isthmus was a natural spot for the structure, since many travelers passed through on land and there were many ports nearby that served maritime traders. Both the temple and Isthmia prospered because of the Isthmian Games.

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  • Digital Dig: A New Discovery from Ancient Greece

    Mar 30, 2017 · Frey started the Isthmia excavation project in 1993 as a student studying abroad at Ohio State University and has been back to the site every summer since 2004. In 2008, Frey began bringing his MSU students to Isthmia. OSU's Timothy Gregory, who taught Frey, is the director of the dig and collaborator on this project.

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  • The Site – Isthmia

    In classical antiquity, the Sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia was famous as one of four sites that hosted a quadrennial cycle of athletic competitions, known to us as the Panhellenic Crown Games. Unlike the sites of Olympia and Delphi, which held their games every four years, Isthmia, like the nearby site of Nemea, held its games every two years. From the time the games were founded in 584 BC until the end of the …

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  • Isthmia - Archaeological Excavations in Greece

    The Michigan State University Excavations at Isthmia. By permission of the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports, under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, and with the support of the Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters, the MSU Excavations at Isthmia conducts an active program of archaeological research, training / education, and publication centered on the …

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  • Digitizing Digs: My Summer at the MATRIX Center for

    Jan 04, 2018 · Beginning as a collaboration between the MATRIX Center and the College of Arts and Letters at MSU, currently the MATRIX team is working with the Ohio State University excavations at Isthmia in Greece to implement ARCS at the site. This involves digitizing the project's numerous documents and creating an online archive in which to deposit them.

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  • Study Abroad - Excel Network – Michigan State University

    May 14, 2020 · This program offers you the opportunity not only to experience the ancient world as it has been revealed by others, but also to participate in the process of uncovering the past yourself as a member of the team at the Ohio State University Excavations at Isthmia.

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  • Biography – Jon Frey

    As Director of the Michigan State University Excavations at Isthmia, I currently am leading an effort to share openly the results of nearly five decades of archaeological exploration at the site, both through traditional print publications as well as a host of digital formats.

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  • Arts & Culture at MSU - Home | Facebook

    And using new technology - drones and GPS - he'll create a 3-D map of the excavation site at Isthmia, Greece. Very cool! Through the careful study of excavation records dating back some 40 years and using drones and GPS technology, MSU's Jon Frey has discovered an ancient gymnasium at the archaeological site of Isthmia, Greece.

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  • The Department of Classics - Grand Valley State University

    Research Associate, The Michigan State University Excavations at Isthmia SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Space, object, and process in the Koutsongila Cemetery at Roman Kenchreai, Greece. in Death as a Process: the Archaeology of the Roman Funeral, Oxbow 2017, ed. J. Pearce and J. Weekes.

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  • Digitizing and Droning Isthmia – Corinthian Matters

    Apr 25, 2017 · Several years ago I wrote about the interesting work Professor Jon Frey of Michigan State University was doing with collaborators at Isthmia to digitize the excavation notebooks as well as the associated finds and context data. Over the last couple of weeks, MSU has spotlighted Frey's recent work at the site including his discovery of a gymnasium at the site (now published in Hesperia, with

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  • Jon Frey – Department of Art, Art History, and Design

    Jon Frey Associate Professor, Classical StudiesArt History & Visual Culture105 D Kresge Art CenterEast Lansing, MI [email protected] biography Jon Frey received his BA in Ancient History and Classics from the Ohio State University and his MA and PhD from the…

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