Monthly Archives: May 2009

First Full Week of Work

Our first full week of work began today. In the morning, the students were given introductions to the site and to the museum, and then in the afternoon carted out to begin work on the site. It is a bit … Continue reading

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Airport Runs

Today the majority of the team showed up in Larnaka. Their arrival necessitated multiple cars making multiple trips to the airport. Fortunately, this is a short drive of only about 5-7 minutes. So, for dinner Thursday night there were nine of … Continue reading

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Loud Night in Larnaka

Larnaka can be a loud city at night. I left my balcony door open last night to take advantage of the cool night breeze that was blowing last night. I probably should have have just relied on the air conditioning. … Continue reading

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New Lab Digs

Today we got to set up our lab space at a new location. For the last 5 years we have been working at the Larnaka District Archaeological Museum, which has been great. The staff have been very friendly and the … Continue reading

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Success at last – on several fronts

Well, we were able to get the golf bag case containing our GPS tripods unlocked today. Susie and Bill found a locksmith who was kind enough to unlock it for us. We are ready to visit the Larnaka Museum tomorrow … Continue reading

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Locked case update

Well, I went to the Larnaka airport and tried to find someone who might be able to help me unlock our locked golf case that contains our GPS tripods inside. It was quite the experience trying to fit the case … Continue reading

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Ok, first issue

So, as Bill explained in his blog, we have a small ….. problem. The Trimble R-8 system we use is a very nice system. It is very accurate and easy to use (a plus for us). But, it is hard … Continue reading

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