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Summer in Cástulo

August 18, 2015 by Ellen Webre | News

By Ellen Webre, senior screenwriting major The sun rises over the hills onto where a fortress lies buried. Walls emerge from a blanket of thistles, and the scent of olive trees fill the air. Cástulo was once an Iberian city in Andalusian Spain that controlled the Guadalquivir river and its trade. The city possessed

“Is this a rock?”

July 21, 2015 by Clarissa Hampton | News

This past April, Associate professor of art history and archaeology Justin St. P. Walsh received a grant from the Loeb Classical Library Foundation at Harvard University to fund his fieldwork in Spain this summer. The money paid for travel, a new computer, as well as hiring two Spanish archaeologists and five Chapman students to

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