We have about one more week of field work on the Western Argolid Regional Project. The project has been at full strength for the last three and a half weeks and the field teams have been remarkably efficient, averaging about .3 sq km per day. I’m tired. My body aches, and fieldwork has increasingly become… More A Career in Landscapes
Another week in the landscape of the Western Argolid brought another little assemblage. This time we discovered four or five olive sieves in a group. An olive sieve removes leaves and twigs from the olives making it easier to prepare the olives for pressing or curing. They’re little studies in design and improvisation with bike… More Landscapes, Olive Sieves, Tiles, and Pallets
Some landscape photos from our first week in the season.
I like stuff. Readers of this blog know that my interest in things extends from by interest in archaeology, things, and ancient artifacts to modern audiophile gear and the things that archaeologists use in the field. As the first week of Western Argolid Regional Project is almost done, I wanted to share some of my… More WARP Gear: Pants, Watches, and Socks
Today was the first full field day of the final full field season of the Western Argolid Regional Project (WARP). It was immeasurably better than the first full day of the project last year and probably a bit better than our first field day in 2014. While we still have some open plains around the Inachos… More The First Days of the Western Argolid Regional Project 2016