Menorcan Excursion #2

Students hike along the Mediterranean coast to the remains of a  prehistoric settlement situated atop a picturesque cliff

Students hike along the Mediterranean coast to the remains of a prehistoric settlement situated atop a picturesque cliff.

In true CC style, a student scales the ancient caves which were hand-carved to add ornamentation to burial chambers at the necropolis of Cala Morell

In true CC style, a student scales the ancient caves which were hand-carved to add ornamentation to burial chambers at the necropolis of Cala Morell.

Another watchtower constructed by the indigenous inhabitants of Menorca, the Talayotic. This one is a part of a much larger archaeological site containing the intact foundations of several houses and temple structures.

Another watchtower constructed by the indigenous inhabitants of Menorca, the Talayotic. This one is a part of a much larger archaeological site containing the intact foundations of several houses and temple structures.

The foundations of a housing structure within the Talayotic settlement. These remnants mark a civilization that dates from approximately 1,500 BCE to 123 BCE.

The foundations of a housing structure within the Talayotic settlement. These remnants mark a civilization that dates from approximately 1,500 BCE to 123 BCE.

The class enjoying the nice weather and generosity of our professors during our siesta at the beach. Happy Spring Menorca!

The class enjoying the nice weather and generosity of our professors during our siesta at the beach. Happy Spring Menorca!

 

Tori Frecentese '13

I am a Senior Anthropology major with an African Studies minor from Stillwater, Minnesota. On campus I am involved in Salsa club, IM Hockey and Broomball, a student worker for Athletic Marketing, and a member of the Mortar Board and Blue Key Honor Societies. With varied interests and passions, at any give point you can find me at the library late night, tearing up the dance floor, or adventure-ing in the mountains.

1 Comment

  1. Kathy Chamberlai says:

    Looks like a very educational and fun experience.

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