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2005 fieldworks and museum studies

2005 students

  • Zoë Brandenberger, Bern University
    (zoebraendu@hotmail.com)
  • Marielle Cattin, Neuchâtel University
    (marielle.cattin@unine.ch)
  • Anna Laschinger, Basel University
    (aeni@bluewin.ch)
  • Cécile Laurent, Lausanne University
    (laurentcecile@bluewin.ch)
  • Chloé Maquelin, La Chaux-de-Fonds HES
    (chloe.maquelin@he-arc.ch)
  • Céline Ray, Lausanne University
    (Celine.Ray@unil.ch)
  • Delia Sieber, Basel University
    (Delia.Sieber@stud.unibas.ch)
  • Sven Straumann, Basel University
    (Sven.Straumann@stud.unibas.ch)
  • Samuella Zanelli, Geneva University
    (samzanellich@yahoo.it)



Aghios Nikolaos excavations (April 2005)

  

The Team, with Iorgos and Nikos
(XI Ephoreia)

 

Syl interpreting
the Traviata

 

Cécile mastering the teodolithe

  

Fortress of Episkopi (June 2005)

  

The Team

 

Céline at work

 

Sven at work

  
  

The bosses at work

 

No yet lost

 

Definitely lost

  
  

Kastri tower

 

Antique blocks
in the church

 

Céline drawing
a base column

  
  

Syl (da Boss)
drawing whatever

 

Syl's drawing

 

Discovering
Sven's pictures

  

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West Quarter Excavations (July-August 2005)

  

2005 excavation Team

 

West Quarter
2005 trenches

 

Anna and the magic hoover

  
  

The pen
and the pick

 

Nicole,
Lambros and ?!?

 

Argyri

  
  

Karl
Lost something?

 

Claude
Found something!

 

Hum...

  
  

Vangelis

 

Panayotis

 

Nikos

  

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Museum 2005

  

Sylvie, Delia and Marielle

 

Delia

 

Marielle

  
  

Homework

 

Chloé and
her tupperwares

 

Chloé restoring
a bathtub

  
  

Zoé cleaning
the finds

 

Zoé inventoring
the finds

 

Chloé & Zoé
nervous breakdown

  

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The few good moments of 2005 training

  

HOME

 

SWEET

 

HOME

  
  

Argyri
Best gardener

 

Best cook

 

Best "parea"

  
  

Market day

 

The ancient Tholos

 

Swiss delicatessen

  
  

Best position

 

Best position II

 

Best position III

  

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Many thanks to Sven "Nikon" Strauman and Claude Léderrey for providing most of the above pictures!

For more "scientific" information on the activities of the Swiss School in 2005, have a look at the archaeological reports published in the review Antike Kunst 2006.


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