Summer 2019 saw the fourth biennial iteration of the W&M summer study-abroad program in Greece. Eighteen students (a record number) Joined Prof. Bill Hutton for a three-week study tour. They visited dozens of important sites and talked with a number of archaeologists and other researchers about their current work in Greece. Each student also worked on a research project and gave on-site presentations about their work on topics as diverse as ancient healing cults, early Christianity at Corinth, the history of olive cultivation, and dance in ancient and modern Greece. It was a lot of work but there was also some time for enjoying Mediterranean beaches, Greek food, and world-famous Greek hospitality. Here are some pictures of their adventures.