About WARP now

The Western Argolid Regional Project (WARP) is an interdisciplinary archaeological research program under the aegis of the Canadian Institute in Greece (CIG) and the Hellenic Ministry of Culture that seeks to understand the nature of human activity in the western Argolid (southern Greece). Our field seasons took place in 2014-2016 and 2017, first with a… More About WARP now

Got no time, but we got Pateks HMTs: the Western Argolid Archaeological Survey, 2019

[Ed: Reposted from the CIG blog] For the past few years, I’ve somehow convinced myself that this year things will be different: this year’s study season will be more relaxed, with more time for contemplation, afternoon swims, and evening drinks at trendy cafés in Nafplio. Instead, each year becomes busier and more hectic as we all realize… More Got no time, but we got Pateks HMTs: the Western Argolid Archaeological Survey, 2019

Archaeology is hard

Today is day 3 of the 2018 WARP study season. My main observation so far is: archaeology is hard. OK, that’s something that I obviously know, but doing archaeology – especially after you haven’t been doing it for 10 months or so – makes it clear how hard it really is. Most non-archaeologists don’t know… More Archaeology is hard