Monthly Archives: July 2009

On Vacation

I am on vacation (moving) and will be back on August 17th. RSM

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Roman shipwrecks discovered

A team of archaeologists (Aurora Trust) announced the discovery of 5 Roman shipwrecks near the island of Ventotene. The five wrecks ranged in date from the 1st century BC to the fifth century AD. The wrecks were discovered using a … Continue reading

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Codex Sinaiticus Online

I am sure that most people have seen it, but the Codex Sinaiticus is now available online. This is the largest ancient manuscript to be made available online. The Codex Sinaiticus Project website is worth visiting. They layout and organization … Continue reading

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Back in the States

Well, I am finally back in the States – it has been a long summer. Even though the actual fieldwork is over, the summer’s work for PKAP is not yet over. We still have several reports that need to be … Continue reading

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Halfway Home

So, I am spending the night in London. My British Air flight left at 3:36 PM this afternoon (46 minutes late) and this always requires an overnight stay in London. It breaks the trip up, but makes it a 2 … Continue reading

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