Pottery of the Levant

If you haven't been following me on Facebook, then you might not know that I had to swing back to the United States for a while after my Cyprus excavation was canceled. While in the states, though, I took the opportunity to complete one of my projects that I have been working on since last fall—an HTML5 website dedicated to clicking through and learning the pottery of the ancient Levant, from Early Bronze I through Iron I (I will add the Stone Age and Iron II-III later). Check Out the Site Here: Pottery of the Holy Land Feel free to click through and learn the typology of the pottery. If you happen to join me on an excavation in the future, you'll be way ahead of the game. Justin Singleton,

The Research Begins

It has been a long time coming, but I was finally able to get to the pottery of Mokarta. As you can see here...the pottery is beautiful. But before I get into the positives, let's recap. Here is how the last couple of weeks has played out: Excavation at Mokarta, Sicily: Hasn't begun yet Excavation at Dreamer's Bay, Cyprus: Canceled Staying in Sicily to study pottery: Cut short due to visa issues As you can see, a lot has changed for me over the last couple of weeks. I was scheduled for three separate excavations this summer, and two of them have been put aside. I still have one left, but that will actually be spent behind the scenes as the camp administrator. While dispersing the "beans and

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