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    The Courtyard of the Kouklia Museum.

    Dr. Bazemore, Kaili, and Abby examining a stele.

    Jessica cleaning pottery.  Note the Roman sarcophagus in the background.

    Don't Feed the archaeologists!

    Visiting professor Dr. Youngs of Eastern Washington University with Luke LeClaire.

    Visiting professor Dr. Goldman of Gonzaga University.

    Back home from Survey.  Ty, Luke, and Dusty examining their finds

    Odd use of a Roman Sarcophagus!  Dr. Bazemore, Ty, and Dusty examining a map of the site and recording new discoveries.  Note the stone tools in the background.

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    103 Patterson Hall
    Cheney, WA 99004-2424

    phone: 509.359.6238

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