Monthly Archives: May 2007

Heading towards the weekend

Another day of fieldwork is done and we only have a half day (Friday morning) before the weekend arrives. Tomorrow is the day we have planned for our group photo and we will probably use a good bit of the … Continue reading

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More of the Same

Today was more of the same – museum work in the morning and fieldwork in the afternoon. In the museum we continued cataloguing artifacts for publication. The students wasked lots of pottery, and I mean alot. Unfortunately, they still have … Continue reading

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Back to the Museum

Today we went back to the museum to continue cataloguing artifacts for our publication. There were, however, lots of other things that went on as well. To start the morning, the students spent time washing pottery and pulling artifacts. Our … Continue reading

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Back to Work

Today was business as usual for the PKAP project. It is a holiday on the island and nothing, except for restaurants is open. It was a little strange this morning heading out to the site with nobody on the roads … Continue reading

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A Day Off

Today was my first day since arriving in Cyprus back on the 15th. It felt good to sleep in and wake up when I felt like it, not when the alarm went off. To catch you up, on Friday we … Continue reading

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More Museum Work

Today was a very busy and productive day. We spent the morning in the museum cataloguing artifacts and washing the new pottery collected by the fieldteams. It felt very good to begin the final analysis process for many of our … Continue reading

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Another busy day

Today was a very productive day. The geophysical work finished up. We had a geophysical team condcting a resistivity survey for us up on Vigla and down below the hill on the plains near the coastline. The initial results are … Continue reading

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