Monthly Archives: June 2011

Gigapanning

So, as the Polis field season wore down, I took the opportunity to try some more gigapans. Unfortunately, with the weak and sometimes non existent internet connection at our hotel, I was unable to upload them to the web. This … Continue reading

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Tuesday Video Production

So, today we decided to make another short video. We gathered the camera and microphone up and headed out to film Bill talking about the work we have been doing on one of the churches here in Polis. We got … Continue reading

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Last Friday in Larnaka, or a Day of Food

So, to continue on from my last post, Friday I was in Larnaka (after picking Brandon up from the airport on Thursday) to do some work on PKAP artifacts stored in the Larnaka District Archaeological Museum. We stayed at our … Continue reading

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Bumper Car Sighting

So, I went down to Larnaka today to pick up Brandon at the airport and get ready for a PKAP day at the museum tomorrow. We still have some illustrating and cataloguing that needs to be done, so hopefully that … Continue reading

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Tuesday in Polis

It has been a while since I posted because of an internet issue. The internet at the hotel went down for a few days and the free internet I could grab from the room (from a house next to the … Continue reading

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Short Break

On Thursday Bill and I went down to Larnaka and met up with two other members of PKAP, David Pettegrew and Dallas Deforest. It was amazing, in the 10 days we had been gone, the city as almost completed getting … Continue reading

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Thinking about Polis

So, today was another day of looking at pottery in Polis. The project stores its pottery at a storage place (apotheke) up the road from the site. It was a little hard to concentrate, there were two mice who keep … Continue reading

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