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First Batch of Video Clips - Archaeological Dig - Paleokastro, July 2010

submitted by John Fardoulis on 02.09.2010

Below are links to some video clips I have posted on YouTube from the archaeological excavation at Paliokastro in July.
There is lots more material, this is just a start.

This project was generously supported by the Nicholas Anthony Aroney Trust, Kytherian Association of Australia, the Greek Orthodox Church - particularly Bishop Seraphim, Father Yiorgi from Avlemonas & Agia Moni, Father Mariatos from Potamos, Dhimos Kytherion (particularly Mayor Koukoulis and Deputy Mayor Protopsaltis), archaeologist Aris Tsaravopoulos, the team of volunteer archaeologists and archaeology students, members of the public who volunteered, the two supermarkets of Potamos, the bakeries of Karavas, Potamos and Karvounathes, Matina Pavlakis, Anna Cominos, Pia Panaretos, Jimmy Galakatos, Kostas Moulos, Themi Fardoulis, Helen Fardoulis, Stavroula Papadopoulos, Aphrodite Samios, Daphne Petrochilos, Cleopatra Sclavos, George Poulos, Maria Sarli, Mr Alekos Castrissios, Manolis and Georgia Magonezos...
Many other people also need to be thanked for their support, a more detailed list expressing gratitude will be available shortly.


Archaeology Students Starting on the First Test Trench

Explaining the Top Trenches

Footage – When an Ancient Nail Was Found

How a Christian Church (Agios Kosmas at Paliokastro) Was Constructed Using Ancient Materials from Perhaps 1000+ Years Prior

Historic Agios Kosmas Church service, the first liturgy in probably 100+ years…

Explaining the Significance of Finding a Sling Bullet

The Significance of (the many) Roof Tiles Found

Kytherian-Australian Volunteers Learning About Archaeology & the Island’s Ancient History

2nd, ‘Rescue’ Excavation in Paliopolis, July 2010

Feedback from Volunteers

Eye Witness Account from Paliokastro of the Sinking of the HMS Gloucester in 1944

Getting Up & Down the Mountain Every Day

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