PAW’s March 7 cover story about the Antioch excavations, “Dig of the century,” did not mention all the people who had major roles in the expeditions, particularly art and archaeology professor George W. Elderkin, who directed the initial expedition in 1932. Elderkin also edited a book about the excavations, Antioch-on-the-Orontes. He joined the Princeton faculty in 1910, retiring in 1948. Subsequent directors were Clarence Fisher and William Campbell.
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