Azoria Project Archive

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The Azoria Project Archive is a collection of original documents and publications generated from fieldwork and research of the Azoria Project, an excavation of the Department of Classics and the Research Laboratories of Archaeology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Azoria is an Early Iron Age and Archaic site (ca. 1200-500 B.C.E.) in eastern Crete in the Greek Aegean, originally explored by Harriet Boyd Hawes for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in 1900. Subsequent work at the site (the Azoria Project) has been conducted annually since 2001, including phases of topographical survey (2001) and...

The Azoria Project Archive is a collection of original documents and publications generated from fieldwork and research of the Azoria Project, an excavation of the Department of Classics and the Research Laboratories of Archaeology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Azoria is an Early Iron Age and Archaic site (ca. 1200-500 B.C.E.) in eastern Crete in the Greek Aegean, originally explored by Harriet Boyd Hawes for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in 1900. Subsequent work at the site (the Azoria Project) has been conducted annually since 2001, including phases of topographical survey (2001) and excavation (2002-2006; 2013-2017). Site conservation, and study and publication have been carried out since 2003. The documents in this collection comprise an archive of original field notes, excavation notebooks, stratigraphic sections, manuscript drafts, publications, artifact catalogs, and illustrations (plans, drawings, maps, and photographs) produced by this research project.

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231. E100 WE

232. A500 2002 Final Report and Notes

233. Section E100 final

234. D1400 Final Report and Notes

235. A700 and A1000 2002 Final Report and Notes

236. D700 Final Report and Notes 2006

237. E220 Maps and Notes SZP 2005