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Ailidh Hathway

Last Friday the final member of our brave band at the Institute this fall arrived safely from Canada. She is Ailidh Hathway. Ailidh is an engaging fourth-year undergraduate student at Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo, Ontario) majoring in Archaeology and Heritage studies. She is particularly interested in osteology and paleopathology, as well as the material culture of Bronze Age Crete. Her dedication to archaeology expands beyond the classroom, beginning with her participation in the excavations of the Town of Nebo Archaeological Project, located in Jordan, during the summer of 2014.

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The Kastro Kallithea Archaeological Project (KKAP) is a synergasia of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports and the Canadian Institute in Greece. It is co-directed by Sophia Karapanou (Ephorate of Antiquities of Larissa) and Margriet Haagsma (University of Alberta (UofA)) and has been running since 2004. After an extensive architectural and intensive archaeological survey of this Classical/Hellenistic urban site, the research focus was moved to a more detailed study of the public and private buildings at the site.

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77-03-A003 Ephesos, view down Kuretes Street to Celsus Library

Ephesos, view down Kuretes Street to Celsus Library (Professor Fred Winter, 1977)

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