Monthly Archives: May 2008

Airport Runs Begin

Today was a busy Sunday. Bill, Mara (our Bronze Age ceramicist), and myself had a chatty-chat (PKAP lingo for a serious talk) about ceramic processing. Mara is down for a week to look at the pottery we collected last season from … Continue reading

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A Somewhat Slow Saturday

Today has been somewhat of a slow day. We got up and went to visit the Idalion Museum and found out that they were closed on Saturdays and Sundays. It was a nice drive though, and my colleague Nick Karatjas … Continue reading

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Day 3

Today was an interesting day. Bill and I and went to the museum to check out the artifact situation. (See his blog on Artifacts in the Museum). After doing that, we went up to the ancient site of Idalion. Our … Continue reading

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PKAP Day 2

Today was my first full day in Cyprus. We met with the guys from the British Base at Dhekelia and went over basic procedures about doing work on the base. After that meeting, which went very well with everyone being … Continue reading

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Back in Cyprus

Ok, after flying to London and on to Larnaka, I am officially back in Cyprus. It was a fairly uneventful flight, the usual things (crying babies, sitting on the runway, cranky old men, etc.). For me the best part of … Continue reading

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Off to Cyprus

So tomorrow I am off to Cyprus. I have been running around for the last few days tying up loose ends, such as graduation ceremonies, entering grades, and buying personal supplies. The final few days snuck up on me and … Continue reading

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Sudden Realization

The countdown to my leaving for Cyprus stands at 5 days. I realized today that I need to work hard if I am going to be ready to leave next Tuesday. This morning I talked to Bill on the phone, … Continue reading

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