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Another day another milk crate…

Our levels are almost done, maybe after tomorrow… We are still finding some great epigraphs – many of them look like they were just painted. The “C” level team came up with an Oriental globular form with red lettering instead of black. That is the first one this year and the Maestro was beside himself. They also identified another Consular name – “Torquatus “. In 128 AD there was a L. Nonius Calpurnius Torquatus Asprenas that served as Consul… Continue reading

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It’s Friday? When did that happen?

We were writing tags on the crates today and half of us thought it was Thursday! I can’t believe I’ve been here almost a week. We are moving down in the trench in 20cm levels – two meters down and … Continue reading

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