Since 1989 the Department of Classics has been a partner with the University of Tübingen in the excavation of Troy. Professor Brian Rose leads the team, which is responsible for all archaeological information related to the Greek, Roman, and later levels of this city. The Troy project now has some online information on their excavation, but the journal Studia Troica remains the best source for information on the current excavations.

The web site for the Troy Excavations is:

See also the Greek, Roman and Byzantine Pottery at Ilion (Troia) site of the most common ceramics that formed the Post Bronze-Age Ceramic Study Collection at the site.