Nancy Ramage, PhD ’69, classical archaeology, is Charles A. Dana Professor of Humanities and Arts Emerita at Ithaca College, where she was a professor of art history. She also taught at Cornell University, and the New York State Universities at Binghamton and Potsdam. Among many honors, she won the Excellence in Teaching Award, and in London was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and the Society of Antiquaries. She was a visiting fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge University, where she returns to work for several months every year. Ramage has written several books on ancient art, including Sculpture from Sardis (with George M.A. Hanfmann), and Roman Art: Romulus to Constantine (with her husband, Andrew Ramage, PhD ’70, classical archaeology), a book that has been translated into six languages and is in its sixth edition. Her most recent book is The Cone Sisters of Baltimore: Collecting at Full Tilt, about her great-great aunts, Claribel and Etta Cone. She continues to lecture internationally; to work at the Harvard-Cornell archaeological expedition in Sardis, Turkey; and to write journal articles on antiquity and its afterlife in the 18th century.