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Welcome to the Pyla-Koutsopetria Blogosphere

As any regular reader of my blog knows, the Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project has invested some time and energy into making the project more transparent through encouraging staff and students to blog about their experiences.  Most of the project participants have embraced this initiative and contributed their voice to one of the project’s three weblogs.  These blogs have brought considerable positive attention to the project from both academic colleagues and interested observers alike.  We are particular proud of being in the vanguard of the archaeological blogging movement.

To make it easier to follow PKAP on the Web, we have generated a blog aggregator that captures the RSS feeds from the three PKAP blogs and puts them together on a single page.  All you need to do to follow the 2009 PKAP season it to visit the blog aggregator and click on the various links to get daily updates from our Senior Staff, Graduate Students, and Undergraduate students. 

As with past seasons, the students and staff are encouraged to write about whatever they want in the blog and in the past, we’ve captured everything from the heroic silliness of the mini-micro and the daring wager of the sieve challenge (here and here) to the thoughtful reflections of our overqualified cook and students.  So, bookmark the PKAP Blog Aggregator and follow our adventures and discoveries this year!

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