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Mediterranean Archaeology, PKAP, and North Dakota

Hello!  This is the first post on the official Mediterranean Archaeology in North Dakota Blog.  It features my archaeological project in Cyprus, the Pyla-Kousopetria Archaeological Project or PKAP for short.  PKAP is a collaborative project with R. Scott Moore (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) and David K. Pettegrew (Messiah College). 

One of the main goals of this blog is to keep our friends, families, donors, and colleagues up to date on our work both in the field and back in the office.  We are at present getting ready for the season and are developing a easy and sophisticated multimedia platform to communicate the daily activities, methods, and most important results of our project with our wider communities in North Dakota, Central Pennsylvania, South East Queensland (Australia), Ohio, Delaware, and anywhere else that interested parties talk about archaeology.

We encourage you to engage us in our discussion and share your ideas, thoughts, and questions with us over the course of our adventures.  Our field season begins this year on May 16th.  Check back at this site for regular updates from Cyprus, Greece, North Dakota, and even more exotic locales!

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  1. Rick Aaser
    April 23, 2007 at 12:34 am

    I had the pleasure of being at the NDAA meeting where William was the keynote speaker. The information he presented was very impressive and well put together. Keep up the great work.

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