This film chronicles the story of Theresa Goell–a woman who ignored the dictates of her family, her time and her body (she was deaf), opting for adventure and challenge in a man's field: Archaeology. In so doing, she achieved her life-long dream at the age of 50: Leading the excavation of Nemrud Dagh, a burial site in southeastern Turkey and the final resting place of King Antiochus of Commagene, who controlled Euphrates River-crossings in the century before Christ.
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Length: 56 min.
Producer: Martha Goell Lubell
Producer Web site: http://www.wmm.com/Catalog/pages/c675.htm
Distributor: Women Make Movies
Distributor Web site: http://www.wmm.org