Monthly Archives: June 2007

Last Day in Cyprus

The whirlwind of activity is almost over. Yesterday, I went to Nicosia and gave a paper on PKAP at the CAARI workshop. I think the paper went well, people had some nice things to say to me about it – … Continue reading

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PKAP Season Almost Over

Well, let’s see. First I need to apologize for my lack of posts and not putting up pictures from my trip to Turkey, but the last few days have been very hectic. Yesterday was almost non-stop. I had a 3 … Continue reading

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Back again

Sorry for the lack of updates but the last week has been hectic. We finished up most things and then I took a few days and went on a mini-vacation to Turkey for 4 days. I have to admit that … Continue reading

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Last Work Week

Today started the last week of work for most of the PKAP staff. It is very different around here with the IUP undergraduates gone. Most of the senior staff are leaving Thursday. We are currently down to 10 people and … Continue reading

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Saturday Odds and Ends

Today was really the beginning of the end of the project. We are now turning our attention to the wrapping up of odds and ends. For exampe, a small team spent three hours this morning measuring, photographing, and GPSing the … Continue reading

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Week coming to a close

Our last full week of work is coming to a close and it is starting to feel like we are not going to finish everything we wanted to accomplish this season. Dr. Hadjicosti, from the Cyprus Department of Antiquities, stopped … Continue reading

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Pace picks up

The pace of the project has really picked up this week. We are down to our last 2 weeks of work and are working furiously to get everything accomplished that we can. We spent the this afternoon trying to tie … Continue reading

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