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8800:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by The Australian Paliohora Kythera Archaeological Survey (APKAS) on 27.12.2005

APKAS. 2004 Field Report.

Visit the APKAS website at:

http://kythera.osu.edu

The Australian Paliochora Kythera
Archaeological Survey (APKAS)

KYTHERA 2004 FIELD SEASON


The first of a series of study seasons was held from July 3 until August 8, 2004, with Dr S.A. Paspalas as Director and Professor T.E. Gregory as Deputy Director. The team consisted of a small number of members who were principally occupied with processing the data collected during the ...

8799:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by The Australian Paliohora Kythera Archaeological Survey (APKAS) on 27.12.2005

APKAS. 2002 Field Report.

Visit the APKAS website at:

http://kythera.osu.edu

The Australian Paliochora Kythera
Archaeological Survey (APKAS)

KYTHERA 2002 FIELD SEASON



2002 Field Season

General and Background:

The Australian Paliochora-Kythera Archaeological Survey completed its fourth season of archaeological exploration and analysis on the island of Kythera in July-August 2002 (Figure 1). APKAS is a project of ...

8798:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by The Australian Paliohora Kythera Archaeological Survey (APKAS) on 27.12.2005

APKAS. 2001. Field Report.

Visit the APKAS website at:

http://kythera.osu.edu

The Australian Paliochora Kythera
Archaeological Survey (APKAS)

KYTHERA 2001 FIELD SEASON


The Australian Palaiochora-Kythera Archaeological Survey (APKAS) season in 2001 took place between the dates of August 15 and September 5. The small group in the field consisted of Professor Timothy Gregory (Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Sydney and Professor of History ...

8797:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by The Australian Paliohora Kythera Archaeological Survey (APKAS) on 27.12.2005

APKAS 2000. Field Report.

Visit the APKAS website at:

http://kythera.osu.edu

The Australian Paliochora Kythera
Archaeological Survey (APKAS)

Field Season 2000


Field Season Dates : 6th September to 4th October 2000

Personnel :

Ian Johnson (Director), Archaeology Computing Lab, University of Sydney

Cosmos Coroneos, Cosmos Archaeology Pty Ltd

Lita Diacopoulos, University of Sydney

8796:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by The Australian Paliohora Kythera Archaeological Survey (APKAS) on 27.12.2005

APKAS. 1999 Field Report.

Visit the APKAS website at:

http://kythera.osu.edu.

The Australian Paliochora Kythera
Archaeological Survey (APKAS)

The 1999 Season


With a permit from the Greek Ministry of Culture the Australian Paliochora-Kythera Archaeological Survey conducted a preliminary research programme in 1999 in the wider Paliochora area of northern Kythera. Fieldwork was undertaken under the supervision of the Second Ephoreia of Prehistoric and ...

7805:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by Stephen Samios on 30.07.2005

Ancient Ramparts on Kythera

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Spatial Science Innovation Unit, Sydney University.

http://www.ssiu.org.usyd.edu.au/html/gallery/gallery24.html

The SSIU has come into being through the cooperation of many of the university's faculties. Major contributors have been:

Sydney Vislab
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Science
School of Archaeology
School of Geosciences
College of Science ...

7803:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by Stephen Samios on 30.07.2005

Arcscene Reconstruction of...

[[picture:"Arcscene reconstruction of Kythera fort" ID:7804]]

..a Byzantine Fort on the Greek Island of Kythera.

Spatial Science Innovation Unit, Sydney University.

http://www.ssiu.org.usyd.edu.au/html/gallery/gallery27.html

The SSIU has come into being through the cooperation of many of the university's faculties. Major contributors have been:

Sydney Vislab
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Science

6591:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by Kythera Island Project on 20.02.2005

Archaeological Survey: Methods and Preliminary Results

[[picture:"Archaeology KIP survey area blue outline.gif" ID:6590]]

KIP survey area (blue outline): tractwalked areas in black;
transect sample in yellow outline (and shaded light grey where inaccessible)
.

Archaeological fieldwork has centred on four seasons of intensive survey (1998-2001), concentrating on the central-eastern region of Kythera and covering a spectrum of landscapes from coastlands through to interior plateaux. The KIP survey area covers ...

6562:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by The Australian Paliohora Kythera Archaeological Survey (APKAS) on 27.12.2005

APKAS 2003. Field Report.

Visit the APKAS website at:

http://kythera.osu.edu.

From: The Australian Archaeological Institute of Athens. Bulletin.
Volume 1, 2003. pp. 16-20.

The Australian Paliochora Kythera
Archaeological Survey (APKAS)
The 2003 Season

by Timothy Gregory and Stavros Paspalas



July of 2003 saw the fifth field season of the survey project. The team comprised, as it has in past years, archaeologists ...

6432:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by Site Administrator on 27.01.2005

Making the Most of Maps: Field Survey on the Island of Kythera - Journal Article in Journal of GIS in Archaeology, Volume 1, April, 2003

By Ian Johnson and Andrew Wilson

Archaeological Computing Laboratory,

University of Sydney NSW 2006,

Australia

Journal of GIS in Archaeology, Volume I, April, 2003.

Contents

Page

Introduction................................81

GIS

Procedures...................................82
Field Survey.................................84
Churches ...

6430:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by Site Administrator on 27.01.2005

Paliohora -THE AUSTRALIAN PALIOCHORA-KYTHERA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY

Draft Manuscript for Monograph

From APKAS draft of manuscript for Sydney University Archaeological Monographs and Studies


2.0 The Island of Kythera

2.1 Geomorphological setting


Kythera lies at the edge of the Eurasian tectonic plate where it slides over the African tectonic plate sinking into the Ionian Deep. Part of the Aegean Arc, which itself is part of the great Alpine-Himalayan Range, Kythera ...

6373:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by Dean Coroneos on 23.01.2005

Antikythera. A pirates haven?

A nest of ancient pirates who apparently preyed on Mediterranean shipping for nearly 300 years has emerged during excavations this summer on a remote island off the southeastern tip of the Peloponnese.

According to a Culture Ministry announcement yesterday, archaeologists digging at the ancient city of Antikythera since 2000 have located sanctuaries, a large public building and a wealth of missiles — spear and arrow heads, slingshots and large catapult stones — in the settlement ...

6313:Academic Research > Archaeology

submitted by Site Administrator on 14.01.2005

Archaeological Survey, and Landscape Archaeology on the Island of Kythera

By
James Conolly
Andrew Bevan



GIS and quantitative analysis are used to explore a series of simple but important issues in GIS-led survey. We draw on information collected during intensive archaeological field survey of the island of Kythera, Greece, and consider four questions: the relationship between terracing and enclosed field systems; the effect of vegetation on archaeological recovery; site definition and characterization in multi-period ...