Ancient and Modern Olympic Games
- Religion continues to be part of Olympics, Salt Lake Tribune, August 15, 2008. [Cached]
prof is having a field day in Athens, Philadelphia Inquirer,
August 18, 2004. [cached]
race for Olympic souvenirs, Philadelphia Inquirer, August
13, 2004. [cached]
games not so pure, Salt Lake Tribune, August 11, 2004. [cached]
Olympics expert, WHYY Radio, August 11, 2004. [cached]
against ancient myths, Messenger-Inquirer, August 8, 2004.
confronts glory and terror, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, August
8, 2004. [cached]
scandali del passato, La Gazetta del Mezzogiorno, August
8, 2004 (in Italian). [cached]
the Early Olympics, About.com, August 4, 2004. [cached]
games are as flawed today as they were in ancient Greece, Boston
Globe, August 3, 2004.
antigas tinham tramas, trapaças e política, msn.com.br,
August, 2004. (in Portuguese) [cached]
mítosz és valóság, Reader's Digest
Magyarorság, August, 2004 (in Hungarian) [cached]
Olympics were a mix of sacred, profane, Mercury News, July
25, 2004. [cached]
not-so-noble games, The Tribune - Chandigarh, India, July
17, 2004. [cached]
unveiled stamp pays homage to 2004 Olympics, Daily Pennsylvanian,
July 10, 2004. [cached]
Olympics Games were not so noble, Daily Times, July 5, 2004.
In antiquity, the polished marble Games came with rough edges, International
Herald Tribune, June 28, 2004. [cached]
Olympian Task to Police the Games, New Zealand Herald, June
12, 2004. [cached]
Researcher Digs Up Ancient Olympic Facts, Penn Current, June
10, 2004. [cached]
Stamp Honoring Olympic Games, University of Pennsylvania Almanac,
June 10, 2004. [cached]
Service Issues Stamp Honoring Olympic Games at Free Event at Penn Museum,
June 9, 2004. [cached]
to the Seven Wonders, Smithsonian Magazine, June 2004. (PDF
Concerns, Plus Cheating and Scandals, Are Nothing New at the Olympics,
University of Pennsylvania Museum news release, April 22, 2004 [cached]
New Olympic Battleground, Discover Magazine, December 2003.
to the Editor, Natural History, June 2003. [cached]
Worlds, New Space: Greek Runners, The Pennsylvania Gazette,
May/June 2003. [cached]
Little Extra Weight Goes a Long Way, Physics Today, January
- Ancient Games,
Ancient Scandals, The Philadelphia Inquirer, February 4,
& Athletes: A Perspective on the 2002 Olympic Arts Festival, The
Sport Journal, 2002. [cached]
the Threat, Deseret News, September 30, 2001. [cached]
- Holy Games:
The Olympics are Rooted in Religion, The Salt Lake Tribune,
February 3, 2001.
- Exposed: Great Olympic
Myths, The Times, September 29, 2000.
Bribes, Scandals at the Olympics!, University of Pennsylvania
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, September 12, 2000.
or Pride? Female Olympians' Revealing Poses Stir Debate, Newhouse
News Service, September 2000. [cached]
of Cincinnati E-Brief, August 11, 2000. [cached]
- Coaxing Olympic
Competitors to Wax Poetic, The Salt Lake Tribune, June 17,
Wine in New Skins: Technology and the Study of Antiquity, PENN
Arts & Sciences, Summer 2000.
Olympics Through Time, Archaeology Magazine, March 2000 (no
Starting Line to Ancient Angle, MathTrek, January 5, 1998.
Guy Who Ate a Cow and Other Olympic Stars, New York Times,
July 14, 1996. [cached]
Corinth Computer Project
- Decoding the past, Oman Tribune, October 3, 2008.
- Perfect Fit, The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 8, 2008.
- Roman Corinth: They Came,
They Saw, They Digitized, The Pennsylvania Gazette, Sept/Oct
- A High-Tech Window Into Ancient
Greece, The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 15, 2000.
- The Hunt for Orange Julius
Caesar, Pennsylvania Current, May 18, 2000.
- NetWatch: COOL IMAGES,
Science, April 7, 2000.
U", The Pennsylvania Gazette, 1995.
Dig' Grants Students Experience without Expense, The Daily Pennsylvanian,
March 25, 1997.
You Dig It? When Computers are Combined with Archaeology, You Can Conduct
a Paleolithic Excavation Right in Your Own Home, The Philadelphia
Inquirer, March 17, 1997
Mt. Lykaion Excavation
- What Happened on "Wolf Mountain" (Mt Lycaion)? Greek News, Monday, September 8, 2008.
born here - but he wasn't the first. Philadelphia Inquirer,
January 28, 2008. [Cached]
Opferstätte viel älter als Zeuskult. Epoc, January
Discoveries At The Ash Altar Of Zeus Offer Insights Into Origins Of
Ancient Greece's Most Powerful God. ScienceDaily, January
at Zeus's "Birthplace" Predates the Greek God. National
Geographic News, January 25, 2008.
Arkadia klevei ton Dia apo tin Kriti. Eleftherotypia, January
discoveries at Mount Lykaion push Zeus worship back 1,000 years.
ScienceCodex, January 24, 2008.
discoveries at the Ash Altar of Zeus -- Mount Lykaion. PhysOrg.com,
January 24, 2008.
Site Predates Zeus. LiveScience, January 23, 2008.
- Are Ancient
Ruins Flammable? What happens when there's a wildfire in Greece.
Slate, August 27, 2007.
- UA Dig in Greece
Planned, Arizona Daily Star, December 6, 2004.