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 Ancient stepwell near Jaipur  Amber Fort courtyard, Jaipur  Amber Palace, perched on the hill in Jaipur  The City Palace Museum, Jaipur  Boudhanath Stupa, Nepal  Prayer flags at Boudhanath Stupa
  Durbar Square, Kathmandu  The Buddha's eyes, stupa in Nepal  Monk with prayer wheel  A stupa in Nepal. Credit: Sebastian Pena  Taktsang Monastery, the Tiger's Nest, Bhutan  Paro Valley, Bhutan  Paro Dzong, Bhutan  Buddhist Monastery Dzong, Thimphu  Landscape of Chiang Mai  Wat Phra Singh Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand  Elephants bathing in Thailand  Elephant at a care facility  The Church of Saint George, Lalibela, Ethiopia. Credit: Mulugeta Wolde  Church at Lalibela, Ethiopia  Monk at Lalibela  The Pyramids of Giza  The enigmatic Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza  Guardian of Karnak Temple in Luxor. Credit: Jarrod Castaing  Evening at the Temple of Luxor  The Greek Theater of Sicily's Taormina  View of the bay and Mt. Etna from Taormina  View of Mt. Etna from the Greek Theater, Taormina  London and the River Thames. Credit: Julian Lovel, London and Partners  Flags along Oxford Street in London

Epic Kingdoms by Private Jet

An All-Inclusive Journey Across Europe, Africa And Asia

19 days from $114,950

Uncover the legendary civilizations and enduring cultures of Asia, Africa, and the Mediterranean, from remote Bhutan to the treasures of ancient Egypt, all from the comforts of our private jet. 

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Sep 29 - Oct 17, 2020 Departure
Veronica Kalas

Veronica Kalas

Veronica Kalas is an art historian and archaeologist with special expertise in the ancient through Byzantine periods. She has taught courses on such topics as ancient Rome, ancient to medieval art and architecture, and special topics in Byzantine art at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor and Dearborn) and Wayne State University, as well as in Ankara. Veronica has also worked on archaeological excavations and architectural surveys in Greece, Turkey, and Tunisia. She earned her Ph.D. in art history and archeology from New York University's Institute of Fine Arts and her B.A. in Classical Archaeology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her special area of expertise focuses on the architecture and society of Byzantine Cappadocia, a volcanic region located in central Turkey. She is also very interested in cross cultural and interdisciplinary approaches to the history of art and archaeology. Veronica has published many articles and papers, and is currently working on a book on Cappadocia. Her work has been supported by various grants and fellowships, including the American Research Institute in Turkey, the Program in Hellenic Studies at Princeton University, and Dumbarton Oaks Research Libraries and Collections in Washington, D.C. Veronica has enjoyed filming for the History Channel, lecturing to the public, and leading archeological study tours.