Category Archives: PKAP

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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Back in Larnaca

So, I spent a few days in Athens to attend a Levantine Ceramics Project Workshop on Cypriot ceramics. This was a very rewarding trip since I got to see people I usually only see in Cyprus, as well as meet … Continue reading

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Larnaca Update

So, it has been a few hectic days in Larnaca. We have been working at the Museum’s off-site storage facility┬átrying to finish things up for PKAP II. Tuesday was another rainy day, it stormed for a while. There was a … Continue reading

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10 Days to Go

Time is flying by, I only have til Sunday in Polis and then we head to Larnaka to do some PKAP work next week, mainly cataloguing and illustrating artifacts. Today I drove Bill and David to the airport, they are … Continue reading

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Pottery and More Pottery

So, since thousands of you have been emailing me to learn more about the high profile career of a ceramicist on Cyprus, allow me to give you a backstage tour of my day. First, we visit the Polis Museum to … Continue reading

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PKAP….Gone

Today was the last day for the PKAP 2014 Study Season. It was not even a full day – we were actually done by┬álunchtime. We finished up the pottery, reorganized the crates, put everything up, and swept out the storerooms. … Continue reading

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