The Museum of Classical Archaeology

The Museum of Classical Archaeology is housed in the foyer of the Department of Classics on the Howard College Campus. Our collection spans over 3000 years and we have pieces from Egypt, Greece and Rome in our collection. Our pieces range from a small numismatics collection, everyday items such as oil lamps, to bigger pieces such as a fragmented Amphora attributed to the Princeton Painter. Our museum is used as both a tool of teaching and as a research centre, and small tours can be arranged by prior arrangement.

The Museum Collection