Friday, July 30, 2010

Week 4: Tell es-Safi/Gath


Week 4 found us with a much reduced team as most of the undergraduates returned to classes. The week was spent drawing sections, then taking down the shade so we could clean for final photographs at Tell es-Safi/Gath. It was wicked hot and reminded me of the many projects I’ve worked on where there was no shade. It was a frenzied week of sweeping our Area, A2 and helping out of neighboring areas in preparation for the final photographs.

Here Alex adjusts the meter stick for photographing the temple in the area neighboring ours. How do we know it's a temple? There are many parallels with the Temple at Tell Qasile. You can find out more info on Aren Maeir's blog: gath.wordpress.com
In addition, we scanned many of our notes. The week ended with final photographs, followed by aerial photographs, and covering our area to protect it.

10 comments:

家唐銘 said...

人生就像一顆核桃,必須敲破它,才會顯出他的內容。......................................................

淑倫惟芳 said...

Quality is better than quantity...................................................................

偉曹琬 said...

所有的資產,在不被諒解時,都成了負債............................................................

efrainlehman08844 said...

haha~ funny! thank you for your share~..................................................................

智柏林婉林亞 said...

More haste, less speed..................................................................

文滢 said...

在莫非定律中有項笨蛋定律:「一個組織中的笨蛋,恆大於等於三分之二。」............................................................

秋協盛協盛昀 said...

教育的目的,不在應該思考什麼,而是教吾人怎樣思考......................................................................

于庭吳 said...

超棒的,給予最大支持。(* ̄△ ̄*)............................................................

石JaquelynS_Whitesi白 said...

時間就是塑造生命的材料。

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