This blog is the second volume of my relatively long-running blog “Archaeology of the Mediterranean World”. This blog represents a kind of long form mindcasting. When I have ideas, I write them down. Fortunately, I have lots of ideas (of varying quality, to be sure), and I find the writing them down, usually first thing in the morning, gives my day the best chance of being productive.
I am a professor of history at the University of North Dakota at Grand Forks. I am a historian by training, but an archaeologist by vocation (necessity)? My professional interests range from archaeological method to Late Roman and Byzantine history, ecclesiastical architecture, Hellenistic fortifications, and settlement archaeology in Greece and Cyprus.
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