Monthly Archives: June 2009

Leaving Cyprus

Today is my last day in Cyprus as I fly back to the States this afternoon. It will be a 2 day trip with a night in London since my BA flight leaves Cyprus late this afternoon. It has been a productive … Continue reading

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More pottery reading

A late posting, I did not have an internet connection for a while. I am currently in Polis looking at pottery collected during the Polis excavations. Last week I looked at the pottery collected during a survey in Athienou. Looking … Continue reading

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Sun sets on 2009 PKAP Fieldseason

Today I met with a representative from the Department of Antiquities and turned over our artifacts to them. Once that was complete the PKAP 2009 season officially came to an end. Over the next few weeks, as staff members return … Continue reading

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And then there was only one

PKAP started the day with 7 members and by midday I was the only one left. It is strange being here by myself. The Petrou Brothers Hotel seems very empty, especially compared to the end of May where between PKAP … Continue reading

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The Great Fruit Crate Adventure

For the last few days we have been meaning to buy fruit crates (large plastic boxes) so that we can put our artifacts into storage for the season. We have been buying fruit crates each year since 2004, and probably … Continue reading

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Last full week

Things are moving right along. If anything, the pace has picked up at PKAP. We have a long list of things we need to get done and Friday is the deadline. Friday is wrap-up and pack day. There will be … Continue reading

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Sunset

I was up on Vigla last night. Dr. Maria Hadjicosti came out to visit our site and look at our work for the season. After we were done, I noticed the sunset – it was gorgeous. The view from Vigla … Continue reading

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