Monthly Archives: May 2010

Rain?

As all of the students were quick to point out to me today, I always tell students coming to Cyprus with me that it never, or very seldom rains in Cyprus when we are there in the summer. That turned … Continue reading

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Still Getting Sorted Out

Well, it is halfway through the first full week in Cyprus and we are still trying to get things sorted out. Yesterday I went grocery shopping with our cook for the season, Chester, to show him how we have done … Continue reading

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PKAP Season 8 is now underway

I arrived back in Cyprus yesterday evening to start another season on the Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project. This year we are focusing on completing our analysis of the artifacts we have collected over the last few seasons, so more of a … Continue reading

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Preparing for Cyprus

Well, a very, very busy semester has now wound down. And our PKAP field season is suddenly upon us – only 2 weeks away, actually only 13 days away. The emails between the PKAP staff are starting to fly fast … Continue reading

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