Dr. P. Gregory Warden
Engaged Learning 2014
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I would like to acknowledge Southern Methodist University’s Engaged Learning program for their generous support in this project. I would also like to acknowledge my two mentors, Dr. P. Gregory Warden, director of the Mugello Valley Archaeological Project and president of Franklin College in Switzerland, and Allison Lewis, archaeological objects conservator and head conservator at Poggio Colla. Your support and encouragement were invaluable and I would have not been able to complete this project without your advice and expertise along the way.
Montonchaikul, Sarah Elizabeth, "Conserving Pithoi, Past and Present: The Mugello Valley Archaeological Project" (2014). Engaged Learning Collection. 48.