Armon Yam Hotel
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... I was shocked to learn that the ground the bus parked on and that we stepped out onto was probably littered with hordes of archeological treasures. There was an extremely rich dig site right next to us that had not yet been completed and was filled with all sorts of old pottery, loom weights, and random other treasures that make archeologists go wild.
Not only the home of a human giant, but also a giant among Tells, Gath looms above ...
... artifacts today, including a bone blade, some pink coral and a piece of iron. I especially like the bone blade, it was very smooth and well worked.
Apart from all this, the day was normal. The new hotel is serving us very well. I like being the unofficial assistant square supervisor. It allows me to learn more and make my own hypotheses about the space. I have to think critically but it is very fun. I can't get ...
Today was not a big tools day. Almost everyone was set to work in there own nook or cranny in the grid to articulate stones or trace floors. This was a nice break but at the end of the day many people, including myself, were still rather tired. I think it has been a rough week. I did computer work as ...
... delightful. Otherwise, it was a pretty normal day.
Alana is healing after being picked in the arm. Today I noticed that I have a far amount of cuts and bruises myself as well as an awesome sandals tan and farmers tan.
Not much to tell today, another day - another dollar. Or in our case, another day - another trowel. Or ...
... looted. I'm hoping that the destruction layer will yield both a body of two and lots of stuff, from everyday materials to valuables. If so, this area will be action-packed. The final piece of news was that because I'm a veteran digger I'll be paired with a graduate student to shadow or assist or be mentored (I'm not sure which). It feels good to know that I've done this before, I suppose I'll have the same feeling in the fall when I'm ...