Elizabeth Gwyn Caskey, Athens, 1957
Elizabeth Caskey Excavating
Betty Gwyn at Battleford Collegiate Institute, North Battleford, Sask. 1925/1926.

Elizabeth Caskey

Elizabeth (Betty) Caskey was born in Saskatchewan Canada in 1910 and graduated in 1932 from Trinity College of the University of Toronto and also was awarded an M.A. by the University of Toronto in 1933. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati in 1939. With her husband, Jack Caskey, she excavated at Lerna and Eutresis in Greece and at the Cycladic island of Kea at Agia Irini. After her marriage ended, she excavated at Pylos and became a Professor of Classics at Randolph-Macon College and Professor Emeritus in 1981. She died in her home in Lynchburg Virginia in 1994.

Author of biography: Martha Heath Wiencke
Includes bibliography? Yes

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Breaking Ground: Pioneering Women Archaeologists
Published by the University of Michigan Press, 2004