Category Archives: Drawing

Catching Up

The last few days have been fairly busy and so I haven’t had a chance to post. On Friday, I went back to Kourion and looked at some more pottery there. It didn’t go as well as planned. I had … Continue reading

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Typical Day at Polis

Today (Tuesday) was a typical day here in Polis. We got up and headed out to the apotheke. We finished up looking at various excavation units that we wanted to check on and I turned to cataloging items for publication. … Continue reading

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And Quiet Falls Over the PKAP Landscape

Today was the last day in Cyprus for almost everyone working on PKAP. I took Bill to the airport at 8, while David and his students put up the last crates of artifacts. Bill is off to Greece to work … Continue reading

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The End for PKAP?

Today was the last real work day for me on Cyprus for the summer. Bill and I spent the morning in the museum, illustrating artifacts, trying to reconcile any issues, and preparing artifacts (stone tools, sculpture, etc.) for other specialists … Continue reading

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Last Work Day in Polis

Today was our last work day at the apotheke in Polis – and it was windy and rainy for most of the day. Tomorrow we are heading back to Larnaca so we can work on PKAP material. As is our … Continue reading

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T Minus 3

At the end of the day today, we have 3 work days left in the PKAP study season. Everybody but me leaves Saturday morning – I leave next Wednesday after getting a chance to spend some time at Kourion. With … Continue reading

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Stampapalooza Friday

Basically, today was a repeat of yesterday with drawing, cataloguing, labeling, munselling, etc. Brandon and I drew another 50 ceramic profiles today. The big difference, at least to me, was the large number of stamped amphora handles that Brandon pulled out … Continue reading

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