Category Archives: Music

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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Long Day

Yesterday was a long day for me, and not because of work at the apotheke. We put in our usual day’s work, nothing really different happened – except for Bill’s unprovoked assault on my choice of music to listen to … Continue reading

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Day 1 in Polis

So, today was our first day working at the apothekeĀ in Polis. We got off to a late start, and that might have been my fault. I woke up at 5:00 am, and was thinking about checking my email, and then … Continue reading

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Working in the Apotheke

Today was our first day working with the pottery from Polis. There are not many people working on material this summer at Polis. Right now there are only 4 people present at Polis, but by the end of the summer … Continue reading

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Egyptian Troubles

The ongoing civil unrest in Egypt, in addition to the danger to life and property, also poses a threat to Egyptian antiquities and sites. Various news agencies and websites over the last few days have reported that various museums, including … Continue reading

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