Monthly Archives: July 2011

Trying to Relax

For this week, I took my family to NC to visit my in-laws and have a short family vacation. When I told people that I was going to take a brief family vacation, some people said things like, “But, you … Continue reading

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Summer Ending

As July starts to come to an end, I begin to think about the fall semester…..and wince when I realize how much I have to do to complete my summer to-do list, which was constructed back in May when I … Continue reading

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PKAP Timing Fortunate Again

In 2006, PKAP was fortunate that our season ended during the last week of June (I left the island on June 26th). On July 12th, conflict between Israel and Hezbollah broke out and it eventually resulted in over 25,000 people … Continue reading

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A little more imagery from Polis

In continuing the documentation of the E.F2 basilica at Polis, and in trying to make use of different technologies, Bill and I set up the gigapan and took a couple of shots of the site. We set up the gigapan … Continue reading

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Work at Polis

One of the projects for the summer was helping with the documentation and analysis of the remains of a basilica at the site of Polis Chrysochous. Polis, known in antiquity at various times as Marion and Arsinoe, is today a … Continue reading

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Short Video

I just got the opportunity to post a short video Bill shot of Brandon Olson talking about the metal objects we discovered on Vigla during the survey and excavation. RSM

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