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Sweet and Spicy Libations with Andrew Koh and Joseph A. Greene

Sweet and Spicy Libations: Wine in the Ancient Near East

In 2013, a team of archaeologists working in northern Israel unearthed the storage magazines of a Canaanite palace from 1700 BCE containing remnants of what is considered to be the oldest--and largest--ancient wine cellar in the Near East. On Thursday, October 23, join archaeologist Andrew Koh and Phoenician specialist Joseph Greene as they discuss this discovery in the context of the social and cultural history of wine's emergence in the ancient Near East and the Mediterranean World. Registration is required.

Birds of the World gallery at the Harvard Museum of Natural History

Birds of the World Gallery

The Harvard Museum of Natural History recently opened the new Birds of the World gallery. This new exhibit reflects surprising new scientific discoveries and captures the staggering diversity of over 200 different families of birds.

Harvard's 2nd Ever Fungus Fair

Harvard's 2nd Ever Fungus Fair

On Saturday, October 25, explore the wondrous world of fungi at Harvard's 2nd Ever Fungus Fair! Join Harvard students for a closer look at the mushrooms, yeasts, and molds and participate in hands-on activities and taste tests.