Following archaeologist Eric Cline's bestselling book 1177 B.C.: The Year Civilization Collapsed, his newest book, Three Stones Make a Wall, tells the story of archaeology from its amateur beginnings to the science it is today. From Howard Carter's first look into Tutankhamun's tomb to the unearthing of China's Terracotta Warriors, join Cline for an enthralling journey through some of history's most wondrous discoveries.
Eric H. Cline is professor of classics and anthropology and director of the Capitol Archaeological Institute at George Washington University. With more than 30 seasons of excavation experience, he has excavated and surveyed in Greece, Crete, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, and the United States.
Presented by the Boshell Family Lecture Series on Archaeology