Posted by: lindycrewe | August 25, 2009

End of season in Trench G

Tr G final smallHere is an image of the ‘big wall’ in Trench G. The season exposed a further length and interior occupation space (you can see the pits and the ground stone tool) but no more clues on the final size or any internal walls. The pottery tells us that the final use was at the transition to the Late Bronze Age (c. 1650 BC). We’ll wait until next year…

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  1. On holiday in August 2009 kissonerga.
    You were kind enough to let us see the work you were all doing in such heat. We spoke to the field archaeologist from Edinburgh Uni, he explained about the site & pottery etc. Got some good pics.
    The work you do is really important.
    Thanks again.

  2. Thanks for your comment! You’re more than welcome to visit again last year if you are coming back to Cyprus. We will be digging in July instead of August.


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