Category Archives: Cypriot Red Slip

Friday at Polis

We are in Polis only for a short time this season. In fact, we will be leaving Sunday to head to Larnaca, so that we can do a short study season working on PKAP material for volume 2. Today was … Continue reading

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Thinking About Cypriot Red Slip

Since the season at Polis ended, I have been thinking a lot about the Cypriot Red Slip (CRS) forms we analyzed this year. Bill Caraher reflected a bit on this last week in his blog. The number of CRS sherds … Continue reading

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Sunday Means Stamps

Today we finished the last of the excavation levels we wanted to complete analyzing this summer. I have to admit that there was not a lot of exciting sherds in the last three boxes. After finishing these, we moved on … Continue reading

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Pottery All-Day

So today we made a big push on the pottery analysis. Instead of breaking in the middle of the day, Bill and I stayed at the apotheke and worked straight through from 7:00 AM-6:00 PM – with a short break … Continue reading

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A Little More Pottery

Yesterday, Bill realized that there was an excavation level that we had not analyzed yet. When we went to the aisle to see how much pottery this level had, we noticed it had 12 trays – each of which has … Continue reading

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