Kristina Donnally is a PhD student in Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World at the University of Pennsylvania. Kristina’s research interests lie in Mesopotamia, primarily during the 3rd and early 2nd Millennium BCE. She is interested in early urbanism, and specifically the social organization of early Mesopotamian City-States. She is also interested in the status and agency of women in Mesopotamia during this time frame, focusing on the material record to study this. Kristina has excavated at multiple archaeological projects in the Middle East and in the United States. Kristina led the excavation of Trench 2 in Area H in the Fall 2022 Season.