Tag: pre historic interpretation

A Cretan Conundrum

This post is a somewhat modified version of a talk that I presented to the Egyptian Study Society of Denver Colorado on 21 January 2014. It was intended for a general audience; thus, it includes some information that is already

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bull leaper podcast

Humor and the need to make the Kommos excavation relevant and meaningful to a wide ranging audience. The subject matter is fascinating, the context is amazing and the interpretation will need to be accessible!

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Interpretive theme 2: artifacts – pottery

The Kommos kiln, described in a previous Blog entry is but one architectural feature of the site that deserves interpretation. The site also yielded many artifacts besides the architectural legacy of the former inhabitants. Chief amongst the artifact categories is

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Transparency for Growth

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Full Scale Minoan Ship Reconstruction as an educational tool

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Interpretive theme 1: LM IA ceramic kiln in the Southern Area Stoa

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