Berkeley, California, United States
Markoe received his Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of California in Berkeley, in 1973, 1975 and 1981 respectively. He also worked there from 1976 till 1978.
5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036, United States
Markoe worked at Los Angeles County Museum of Art for 2 years from 1979.
1000 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028, United States
Markoe served at Metropolitan Museum of Art for a year from 1981.
0757, 1001 Cathedral Rd, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009, United States
In 1983 Markoe worked at Glencaim Museum.
61 Colchester Ave, Burlington, VT 05405, United States
Markoe worked at the Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont for 4 years from 1984.
953 Eden Park Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45202, United States
From 1988 to 2012 Markoe served at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Markoe and Craig Morris with Queen Rania of Jordan
Markoe on archaeology digs
Markoe on archaeology digs
(This catalogue is the first major scholarly publication d...)
This catalogue is the first major scholarly publication devoted to an aspect of the Museum's permanent collections. It is particularly oldest collection in the Museum's holdings and was the first oldest collection in the Museum's holdings and was the first important gift to the Museum under its first director.
(Here are stone and wood sculpture; wall painting; statuet...)
Here are stone and wood sculpture; wall painting; statuettes; mummy case and coffin; jewellery and utensils in gold, faience, bronze and glass.
(Digging deep into the historical and archaeological sourc...)
Digging deep into the historical and archaeological sources, Glenn Markoe reconstructs what we presently know about the Phoenicians and their maritime culture. He fleshes out Phoenicia, giving accounts of its history, cities, economy, language and literature, religion, and its commercial expansion abroad.
Markoe received his Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of California in Berkeley, in 1973, 1975 and 1981 respectively.
Markoe began his career at the University of California in Berkeley. For two years from 1976, he held the position of a research assistant at Lowie Museum of Anthropology, located at the university's campus. Markoe received a Fulbright Research Fellowship in Cyprus. He worked on a different on-site archaeology digs.
For a year from 1979, Markoe was a research associate at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, working as an assistant curator of ancient art there, during the next one-year period of time. He then moved to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, where he got a job as an assistant in ancient Near Eastern art from 1981 to 1982. Next year he was a research consultant at the Glencaim Museum in Bryn Athyn.
Markoe was appointed as a curator of collections at the Fleming Museum of Art located at the University of Vermont in Burlington, working there for 4 years from 1984. From 1988 to 2012 he served as a curator of classical and Near Eastern art, as well as administrative head of Department of Classical, Near and Far Eastern Art and Arts of Africa and the Americas at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Markoe was the author of exhibition catalogs and museum guides, as well as a contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including such as the Metropolitan Museum Journal, the Classical Antiquity, the Levant, the Archaeology, the Arts of Asia, the Occasional Papers in Classical Antiquity and the Iranica Anqiqua.
(Digging deep into the historical and archaeological sourc...)2000
(Here are stone and wood sculpture; wall painting; statuet...)1996
(This catalogue is the first major scholarly publication d...)1986
Markoe was a member of the American Institute of Archaeology and the Phi Beta Kappa.
Markoe used to joke that he knew nine languages, 3 of which had not been spoken in 2000 years. When someone asked him if he was fluent in Greek, his answer would be the question “Modern or Ancient?” He knew both.
Quotes from others about the person
“"He was a very sweet, funny, smart man and a great father to his two sons, Carey and Noah. And he was my goofy but brilliant brother." - Merrill Markoe”