Archaeological Institute of America, Baltimore Society, announces its 2013–2014 lecture series. Click here to view the schedule.
When Marie Nicole Coscolluela ’13 first heard that very young children were absent from Etruscan cemeteries, she was mystified. What does that tell us about how Etruscans viewed infants and young children? Did they consider them less human than adults? If so, what was it like to be a child ca. 10th–3rd centuries B.C.?
The classics and archaeology major decided to find out.