Monthly Archives: May 2007

Museum work

Well, this blog is more work than usual. The wireless in our hotel only works in the lobby and tonite both elevators are out of order (not a very comforting sight) and I had to walk down 4 flights carrying … Continue reading

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Interesting Day, Geopolitically Speaking

We had quite a day today. We began our museum work in earnest and started cataloguing pottery. It took a while to pull everything out and get organized, but we are now ready to mover more quickly. Our fieldteam ran … Continue reading

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Field Work begins

Well, we officially started fieldwork today. We took the students up to Vigla, the large hill, that overlooks the settlement that we have been surveying for the last three seasons. We went through a basic training session with the students … Continue reading

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Work in the Mediterranean

Summer fieldwork has begun for me. I arrived in Cyprus last Tuesday afternoon to begin a six week archaeological fieldseason. I am the co-director of a small archaeological survey on Cyprus, the Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project. The project has been primarily … Continue reading

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Introduction

Greetings. I wanted to welcome you to my new blog. I picked a bad time of the year to start it, with exams going on and fieldseason starting next week, but it isn’t like there ever is enough time, is … Continue reading

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