• Upcoming Events

    SWTAS Calendar!

    Sept. 24, 2015
    Dr. Thomas Howe
    The Gardens of Flora: New Discoveries at the Roman Seaside Villas of Stabiae near Pompeii

    October 27, 2015
    Dr. Rita Lucarelli
    Demonology and Magic in Ancient Egypt

    March 1, 2016
    Hana Charaf Mullins
    The Year of Digging Dangerously: The discovery of an Early Byzantine chamber tomb in Lebanon

    We look forward to seeing you!

  • AIA Archaeology News

    Interested in getting up-to-date on archaeology finds and news from the field? Check AIA Archaeology News Blog. It is updated daily!

Find Us!

Lectures are free and open to the general public. They last about one hour, followed by time for questions and an informal reception. Unless otherwise specified, all events will be held at 7:30 PM in Chapman Auditorium, Trinity University. Consult the following website for maps to Trinity University and of the campus: http://web.trinity.edu/x1228.xml. Parking is free on Trinity’s campus, and all lots are open to visitors in the evening. Maps of handicapped parking locations (near to all buildings) are also available through this link.

A few lectures will be hosted at other venues such as UTSA and San Antonio College (SAC). Please consult the events page for venue information for each lecture.

For events at UT Health Science Center, attendees are encouraged to park in LOT 2, as indicated on this PDF map. Lectures will be held in room MED309L.

For events at UTSA, attendees can park for free in Lot 6/ the Ximenes Lot (XL on the map). From I-10 take the UTSA Blvd exit and then turn right on Ximenes Ave and follow the signs to the BSE building. (BSE 2.102). Consult the map provided here: http://utsa.edu/maps/main-map.html.

For events held at SAC, consult the SAC Campus Map. Lectures will be held in the Nursing and Allied Health Complex. Parking lot 23 or 26 is a perfect place to park at night.

For lectures hosted at the San Antonio Mission Visitor Center, 6701 San Jose Dr. 78214, off Roosevelt St. Consult the directions provided here: http://www.nps.gov/saan/planyourvisit/directionstovcandsajo.htm.

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