Some of you may remember Anthony's blog from last year about him developing a bipod, to enable us to safely move large stones and architectural tumble out of the way. Such is the case in our Trench 11A, positioned in the centre of the ancient nymphaeum. In order for us to access the mosaic on the bottom and to gain access to the theatre's architectural elements that had been dumped there, the bipod was employed again today. Hard work still, but easier (and of course safer) than lifting the stones......
Each season our team including the directors, students, architects, volunteers, ceramicists and other finds specialists will blog about the day to day sweat and adventures that come with life on an archaeological dig.