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PKAP Main Finds Descriptions

Title
PKAP Main Finds Descriptions
Number of Fields
52
Number of Rows
8110
Description
This data table provides the primary descriptive information for finds documented by the PKAP survey. "
Source Project
Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project (8110)

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Suggested Citation

R. Scott Moore, Mara Horowitz, P. Nick Kardulias. "PKAP Main Finds Descriptions". (2013) From Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project. Edited or directed by: David K. Pettegrew, William R. Caraher, R. Scott Moore. Released: 2013-11-05. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/tables/745df886025114d1fa7afdb464ac5ac6> DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6078/M7XW4GQF

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URI Label Project Project URI Item Category Last Updated Authorship Latitude (WGS-84) Longitude (WGS-84) Geospatial note Early Date (BCE/CE) Late Date (BCE/CE) Context URI Context (1) Context (2) Context (3) Context (4) Context (5) Context (6) Context (7) Has type [URI]
Has type [Label]
http://www.cidoc-crm.org/rdfs/cidoc-crm#P45F.consists_ [URI] http://www.cidoc-crm.org/rdfs/cidoc-crm#P45F.consists_ [Label] Has type [Source] http://www.cidoc-crm.org/rdfs/cidoc-crm#P45F.consists_ [Source] Reader Number
Quantity
Weight
Date Read
Extant Part
Find Color
Chronotype
Material
Fabric group
Period
Un
Collection Type
Start date
End date
Duration
Has note Recorded by
Decoration
Comments
Experimental Unit
link
Contains Shape
Shape (note)
Date Read
Color
http://opencontext.org/subjects/4DCD7F97-6EAD-488A-F385-A33EBD50DE28 Batch 1 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -2500 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x10879 glass Glass Vessel, unknown date glass 1.0 1.0 2.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 handle green Glass Vessel, unknown date glass Unknown 1_1_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 4508.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore 1_1
http://opencontext.org/subjects/3CC594B1-9EF6-417B-1AA5-F3CDD0416B74 Batch 2 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -2500 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x10879 glass Glass Vessel, unknown date glass 1.0 1.0 1.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd green Glass Vessel, unknown date glass Unknown 1_2_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 4508.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore 1_2
http://opencontext.org/subjects/4A941F12-8190-44C0-2241-363B0E791722 Batch 3 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 Mortar other 1.0 1.0 28.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 Mortar other Ancient Historic 1_3_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/37E73F25-2CD1-483E-ECBA-962FEE555E13 Batch 4 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -9000 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11794 stone Stone, unworked stone/lithics 1.0 1.0 39.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 rim white Stone, unworked stone/lithics Unknown 1_4_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 11008.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore white rock? Alabaster? Marble?
http://opencontext.org/subjects/C3FAEA75-2A6B-4939-BD3C-119BCEB48075 Batch 5 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 3.0 345.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 edge orange Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 1_5_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/6557E194-DF14-40D5-413A-5DEA2D342D45 Batch 6 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 2.0 247.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 1_6_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/2ACC1347-5E46-4F99-E218-C5922FE90558 Batch 7 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 2.0 469.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 edge buff Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 1_7_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/AB482AF8-9DCC-4793-18E9-BD31238F896E Batch 8 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 3.0 96.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd buff Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 1_8_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/BD99F691-241E-42A5-6DF8-F05775E1EAEC Batch 9 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 58.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd buff Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 1_9_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore cover tile
http://opencontext.org/subjects/B8046E92-1F7D-4DDA-7210-349AB52BB034 Batch 10 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 6.0 149.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 1_10_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/E783DFDD-E6DD-44B1-21D6-D38E88865544 Batch 11 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Roman Late; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 78.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 handle buff Coarse Ware, Roman Late pottery coarse Roman, Late 1_11_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/A39474C8-1FB2-4EC4-856A-62A23D466397 Batch 12 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/late-roman-d-e-or-part-cypriot-red-slip-ware Late Roman D(+E?) = (or part) "Cypriot Red Slip Ware" http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Cypriot Red Slip; fine pottery 1.0 1.0 84.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 handle pink Cypriot Red Slip pottery fine Roman, Late 1_12_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore s basin 1_12; 1_12[2]; 1_12[3]
http://opencontext.org/subjects/9FFD8FA2-075A-4E96-4D23-64ADE8F1EBF4 Batch 13 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/late-roman-1-amphora--2; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 Late Roman 1 Amphora; amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Late Roman 1; amphora pottery 1.0 3.0 210.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 handle buff Amphora, Late Roman 1 pottery amphora Roman, Late 1_13_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore 1_13A; 1_13A[2]; 1_13A[3]; 1_13A[4]
http://opencontext.org/subjects/614A8208-9ED4-41E4-4338-7B246014C8E9 Batch 14 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 1191 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Medieval-Modern; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 32.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 rim brown Coarse Ware, Medieval-Modern pottery coarse Medieval-Modern 1_14_1 Survey 1191.0 2008.0 817.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore W3? Dark brown and black stones.
http://opencontext.org/subjects/D1A96D1A-B603-4415-7EBA-11B908233284 Batch 15 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -999 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 75.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd buff Amphora pottery amphora Post-Prehistoric 1_15_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 3007.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore black stones
http://opencontext.org/subjects/5E4D2A3B-D640-4C69-AD70-25E640B3D181 Batch 16 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 48.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Amphora, Roman Late pottery amphora Roman, Late 1_16_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore c
http://opencontext.org/subjects/E0340E34-E90B-4502-3BE9-70956B8561C5 Batch 17 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Roman Late; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 14.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Roman Late pottery coarse Roman, Late 1_17_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/D4DB0156-0C98-4341-F232-5D35EC0C64CB Batch 18 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 13.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd buff Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 1_18_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/B2757387-C354-4EE9-B310-3669B73A115E Batch 19 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; medium coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 11.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd buff Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery medium coarse Ancient Historic 1_19_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore wr
http://opencontext.org/subjects/26701EA9-89B3-4B29-EE2F-7B3C386C4588 Batch 20 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 14.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd buff Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 1_20_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore wr
http://opencontext.org/subjects/16E51943-4C18-4410-F77D-D747EFF03FFA Batch 21 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; medium coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 27.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 rim buff Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery medium coarse Ancient Historic 1_21_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/B01593D1-8193-4EA7-40F5-19DB68592751 Batch 22 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x6143 cooking-vessel http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Kitchen Ware, Ancient Historic; kitchen/cooking pottery 1.0 1.0 4.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 rim brown Kitchen Ware, Ancient Historic pottery kitchen/cooking Ancient Historic 1_22_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore sg
http://opencontext.org/subjects/CC5ABF6D-5C31-4154-4744-030BFF323A97 Batch 23 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 17.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd brown Amphora, Roman Late pottery amphora Roman, Late 1_23_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore c
http://opencontext.org/subjects/3BC97937-23B2-4C3D-A6DF-114F658EC129 Batch 24 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 5.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Amphora, Roman Late pottery amphora Roman, Late 1_24_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore sg
http://opencontext.org/subjects/1CEC10B7-344D-4C72-68B7-B5227E132CE0 Batch 25 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; medium coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 6.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery medium coarse Ancient Historic 1_25_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/DA559C3F-25A8-431D-B9BC-A34513C0D70E Batch 26 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; medium coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 8.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery medium coarse Ancient Historic 1_26_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore sg
http://opencontext.org/subjects/24E40AC9-7533-4DA2-F202-515B837B9EA2 Batch 27 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Roman Late; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 19.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 rim orange Coarse Ware, Roman Late pottery coarse Roman, Late 1_27_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F57D44B6-0C7E-4E2E-3246-1EB0BCA2BD21 Batch 28 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/late-roman-d-e-or-part-cypriot-red-slip-ware Late Roman D(+E?) = (or part) "Cypriot Red Slip Ware" http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Cypriot Red Slip; fine pottery 1.0 1.0 5.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd pink Cypriot Red Slip pottery fine Roman, Late 1_28_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore s
http://opencontext.org/subjects/93269B99-EE59-4FF4-FB54-71516504847F Batch 29 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -99 299 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/eastern-sigillata-a-esa Eastern Sigillata A http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Eastern Sigillata A; fine pottery 1.0 1.0 4.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd buff Eastern Sigillata A pottery fine Roman, Early 1_29_1 Survey 0.0 299.0 398.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore s 2 pieces.
http://opencontext.org/subjects/5B0C426C-433C-4C93-CEC8-88058724AEDF Batch 30 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery African Red Slip 105; fine pottery 1.0 1.0 21.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 rim orange African Red Slip 105 pottery fine Roman, Late 1_30_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore Hayes 105.8 1_30; 1_30[2]; 1_30[3]; 1_30[4]; 1_30[5]; 1_30[6] Artifact 1.30
http://opencontext.org/subjects/B210E7D6-A77D-4E94-6DE7-7748B9A70219 Batch 31 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981809886288 33.706000976063 Best available location data -99 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/A86A6578-069F-4997-E70C-56A5F2BFA8EB Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 1 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x6143 cooking-vessel http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Kitchen Ware, Roman; kitchen/cooking pottery 1.0 1.0 61.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 rim red Kitchen Ware, Roman pottery kitchen/cooking Roman 1_31_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 848.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore large serving dish.
http://opencontext.org/subjects/B4DB779D-CEBD-460C-8436-7883DB587B0B Batch 1 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -9000 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9836; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x103915 utilised stone; grinding-stone http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11794 stone Handstone, Andesite; groundstone stone/lithics 1.0 1.0 717.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 black Handstone, Andesite stone/lithics groundstone Unknown 2_1_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 11008.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore andesite
http://opencontext.org/subjects/E11432CB-7F3E-4086-53DE-2535091542D6 Batch 2 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/t01-yellow-salamis-roof-tile; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 Ware: T01; Yellow Salamis roof tile; tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 197.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd yellow Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_2_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore ridged
http://opencontext.org/subjects/DB01A7F2-A2FF-4CC2-12B5-11A44065B327 Batch 3 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/t01-yellow-salamis-roof-tile; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 Ware: T01; Yellow Salamis roof tile; tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 2.0 249.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 edge buff Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_3_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/E19DC31B-D42C-4C1D-B9CA-9C08DF2D4262 Batch 4 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 2.0 185.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 edge orange Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_4_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/CE6B7B02-F535-4610-F732-5872C8AC67CA Batch 5 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/t01-yellow-salamis-roof-tile; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 Ware: T01; Yellow Salamis roof tile; tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 23.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 edge yellow Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_5_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/FA7C3E0E-E52D-4255-85F4-6ABDD308DF83 Batch 6 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/t01-yellow-salamis-roof-tile; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 Ware: T01; Yellow Salamis roof tile; tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 44.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd buff Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_6_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/3C8EAFA0-B9FE-4AC7-2882-601CA4A56685 Batch 7 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/t01-yellow-salamis-roof-tile; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 Ware: T01; Yellow Salamis roof tile; tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 2.0 95.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd yellow Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_7_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/FDA1395C-543D-4204-47E4-389584F28E63 Batch 8 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/t01-yellow-salamis-roof-tile; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 Ware: T01; Yellow Salamis roof tile; tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 43.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd buff Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_8_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/4E04D54D-C1EA-475C-6A01-2512FBFAC441 Batch 9 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 60.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_9_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/AAC903EC-FDCF-4E64-96CD-BA5DE4069FA0 Batch 10 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/t01-yellow-salamis-roof-tile; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 Ware: T01; Yellow Salamis roof tile; tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 44.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 edge buff Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_10_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore ridged
http://opencontext.org/subjects/C577B148-0B3C-46CA-1494-3D5FCB181C91 Batch 11 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 83.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd purple Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_11_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/3EE7BA76-4F38-45C5-756B-4ADAE7B95C71 Batch 12 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -9000 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11794 stone Stone, unworked stone/lithics 1.0 1.0 394.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd Stone, unworked stone/lithics Unknown 2_12_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 11008.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore conglomerate
http://opencontext.org/subjects/7087F887-0686-4E7F-B275-DAB0AA07D938 Batch 13 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/t01-yellow-salamis-roof-tile; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 Ware: T01; Yellow Salamis roof tile; tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 112.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd buff Tile, Kopetra Corinthian Pan Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 2_13_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore ridged
http://opencontext.org/subjects/74C8FD89-3427-4DE5-8CC7-7AF69A037F20 Batch 14 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 2.0 37.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 2_14_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/DDCCAC83-9C03-4E84-2791-F894422448BC Batch 15 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Roman Late; coarse pottery 1.0 4.0 96.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Roman Late pottery coarse Roman, Late 2_15_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/0AB2EA20-B537-4B10-F7B0-57208193D590 Batch 16 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 100.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd buff Amphora, Roman Late pottery amphora Roman, Late 2_16_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore red stones
http://opencontext.org/subjects/E2552480-4C7D-404E-1548-997CED3A1105 Batch 17 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 2.0 123.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Amphora, Roman Late pottery amphora Roman, Late 2_17_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/9FE5D326-023C-4CE8-4AA8-B0C58BE9D8B3 Batch 18 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 2.0 22.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 2_18_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/FEA7E711-CA26-4852-419F-3C6A6A06644A Batch 19 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 30.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd buff Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 2_19_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/CEC5DF81-DBC7-4E70-F8B0-D038D55A1D81 Batch 20 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 55.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 buff Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 2_20_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore white exterior
http://opencontext.org/subjects/E468CB22-A1B5-4696-DD4B-FAC8F2438387 Batch 21 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 6.0 63.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 2_21_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/92BB87D7-6C21-469D-64D2-8403029FE327 Batch 22 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; medium coarse pottery 1.0 2.0 30.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery medium coarse Ancient Historic 2_22_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/DA1D7423-0A35-46C7-7DFC-B6DA5111CBDC Batch 23 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Roman Late; medium coarse pottery 1.0 2.0 10.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Medium Coarse Ware, Roman Late pottery medium coarse Roman, Late 2_23_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F353F91F-A24B-46BC-D6AD-51F1FB5F00D1 Batch 24 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Roman Late; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 32.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Roman Late pottery coarse Roman, Late 2_24_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore wheel ridged
http://opencontext.org/subjects/4B233504-B348-46B2-4F39-D9D8440BFF23 Batch 25 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 15.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd purple Amphora, Roman Late pottery amphora Roman, Late 2_25_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore wheel ridged
http://opencontext.org/subjects/2FCE8C38-7B86-4819-C9AA-E6E25719E25C Batch 26 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; medium coarse pottery 1.0 2.0 25.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd brown Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery medium coarse Ancient Historic 2_26_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore wheel ridged white grits
http://opencontext.org/subjects/4BCCDEE7-91AB-4FB0-0E8E-B77AC2E0679A Batch 27 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 3.0 18.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Amphora, Roman Late pottery amphora Roman, Late 2_27_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore spirally grooved
http://opencontext.org/subjects/0DB628B8-C16E-41D7-9799-24E4B556C473 Batch 28 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; medium coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 10.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd buff Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery medium coarse Ancient Historic 2_28_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore wheel ridged
http://opencontext.org/subjects/A0A40B80-3653-4339-1C88-A73A69192B02 Batch 29 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; medium coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 5.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd red Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery medium coarse Ancient Historic 2_29_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore wheel ridged
http://opencontext.org/subjects/6115FED8-0EEE-4553-AB24-9B39FB9F6052 Batch 30 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x6143 cooking-vessel http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Kitchen Ware, Ancient Historic; kitchen/cooking pottery 1.0 1.0 5.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd brown Kitchen Ware, Ancient Historic pottery kitchen/cooking Ancient Historic 2_30_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore black exterior
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F9481B0C-1C26-475C-4778-D3D6343B7DF5 Batch 31 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Roman Late; medium coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 36.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 handle orange Medium Coarse Ware, Roman Late pottery medium coarse Roman, Late 2_31_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore strap 2_31; 2_31[2]
http://opencontext.org/subjects/DC6B77A4-A82F-4FC8-4F7C-72351B5250F2 Batch 32 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -2500 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x10879 glass Glass Vessel glass 1.0 1.0 1.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd green Glass Vessel glass Unknown 2_32_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 4508.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/06BA206E-E3CE-4F4D-C908-2CFABDEBA5F0 Batch 33 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -2500 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x10879 glass Glass Vessel glass 1.0 1.0 1.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 rim green Glass Vessel glass Unknown 2_33_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 4508.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/C05B5205-CCD5-406F-1B49-04F1C76398AE Batch 34 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 33.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 2_34_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/864F5D81-65D2-476D-CE10-0B3141BC1AC7 Batch 35 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 32.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 handle orange Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 2_35_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/1876EC54-84DC-4E64-1069-EAF9F2AC611F Batch 36 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 56.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 toe orange Amphora, Roman Late pottery amphora Roman, Late 2_36_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore spirally grooved
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F4FB9E08-CA70-4F40-FE1A-5DE5193C8923 Batch 37 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Roman Late; coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 111.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 handle purple Coarse Ware, Roman Late pottery coarse Roman, Late 2_37_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore strap 2_37; 2_37[2]; 2_37[3]; 2_37[4]; 2_37[5]; 2_37[6] Artifact 2.37
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F1D1DBBD-9EEE-4413-DC68-ECE4B81BBE6A Batch 38 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 1191 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Cypriot W-5; medium coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 146.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 rim brown Cypriot W-5 pottery medium coarse Medieval-Modern 2_38_1 Survey 1191.0 2008.0 817.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore basin, black stones 2_38; 2_38[2]; 2_38[3]; 2_38[4]; 2_38[5] Artifact 2.38
http://opencontext.org/subjects/D24F51B4-5BCE-4ADA-0DE1-B7C31C7B0DF7 Batch 39 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://www.levantineceramics.org/wares/late-roman-1-amphora--2; http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 Late Roman 1 Amphora; amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Late Roman 1; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 138.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 handle orange Amphora, Late Roman 1 pottery amphora Roman, Late 2_39_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore 2_39; 2_39[2]; 2_39[3]
http://opencontext.org/subjects/7A935508-E145-4A7F-7197-9FE3FA24A772 Batch 40 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 136.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 handle orange Amphora, Roman Late pottery amphora Roman, Late 2_40_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/D8FB11BC-0240-4512-7890-134A37880FD0 Batch 41 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; medium coarse pottery 1.0 1.0 5.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 rim orange Medium Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery medium coarse Ancient Historic 2_41_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/43261F29-BA59-4C50-5809-A573C98162C3 Batch 42 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -99 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Fineware, Roman; fine pottery 1.0 1.0 9.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 base orange Fineware, Roman pottery fine Roman 2_42_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 848.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/2905F89F-476B-433D-AD74-7FB7713BC5F0 Batch 43 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x6143 cooking-vessel http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Kitchen Ware, Roman Late; kitchen/cooking pottery 1.0 1.0 6.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 rim red Kitchen Ware, Roman Late pottery kitchen/cooking Roman, Late 2_43_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore doopy rim 2_43; 2_43[2]; 2_43[3]; 2_43[4]; 2_43[5]; 2_43[6] Artifact 2.43
http://opencontext.org/subjects/ED6C86E1-D8FE-43D8-3F4D-984347D81106 Batch 44 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -9000 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11794 stone Stone, Vessel stone/lithics 1.0 1.0 103.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 body sherd Stone, Vessel stone/lithics Unknown 2_44_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 11008.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore incised 2_44; 2_44[2]; 2_44[3]
http://opencontext.org/subjects/0E9D2875-E3AA-49E1-8790-215F679E0FCF Batch 45 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981807363128 33.706439194139 Best available location data -9000 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BC83E0E5-7CE7-426D-C8D8-53DF5BB30D2E Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 2 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11794 stone Stone, Vessel stone/lithics 1.0 1.0 180.0 2005-07-15 00:00:00 Stone, Vessel stone/lithics Unknown 2_45_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 11008.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore incised 2_45; 2_45[2]
http://opencontext.org/subjects/7DB68FD5-DA37-4034-C8FE-9AADE7448663 Batch 1 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Ancient Historic; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 664.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd buff Tile, Ancient Historic pottery tile Ancient Historic 3_1_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore large black stones and mortar.
http://opencontext.org/subjects/D686101A-4ADF-4BA5-6DCD-4A22B7E713A4 Batch 2 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data -9000 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11794 stone Gypsum stone/lithics 1.0 2.0 98.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 Gypsum stone/lithics Unknown 3_2_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 11008.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/180FFAB6-F4C9-4B20-1D3C-1B4D8EB2C258 Batch 3 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 Mortar other 1.0 1.0 18.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 Mortar other Ancient Historic 3_3_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/D2A21328-BE11-490E-881D-91EF7E9DF2D9 Batch 4 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 4.0 330.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd buff Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 3_4_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
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This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/E39A3561-2FD5-4C7A-CCFF-331E927CCF1F Batch 6 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 4.0 290.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 edge buff Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 3_6_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/4F11F3F1-D102-4403-1D31-3554FCBC4122 Batch 7 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 333.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 edge buff Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 3_7_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore r
http://opencontext.org/subjects/254FAEA1-3274-481D-B2FE-B5EBEE7C3597 Batch 8 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x9623 tile http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Tile, Roman Late; tile pottery 1.0 1.0 72.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 edge green Tile, Roman Late pottery tile Roman, Late 3_8_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/920E5BE0-8CD1-4B5A-9C2B-754AEA0AF1B9 Batch 9 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data -2500 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x10879 glass Glass Vessel, unknown date glass 1.0 1.0 7.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 rim green Glass Vessel, unknown date glass Unknown 3_9_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 4508.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/E59835D9-251F-4AA8-42B2-6D1AF65EACD0 Batch 10 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Roman Late; coarse pottery 1.0 5.0 155.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Roman Late pottery coarse Roman, Late 3_10_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/4FDBB081-1D40-44CF-F72A-8903D57CEC06 Batch 11 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 53.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Amphora, Roman Late pottery amphora Roman, Late 3_11_1 Survey 300.0 749.0 449.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/3C0E4847-0016-4E06-E6C6-03AE38429182 Batch 12 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data -999 2008 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 32.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd buff Amphora pottery amphora Post-Prehistoric 3_12_1 Survey 0.0 2008.0 3007.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/901F404D-5C3A-4E5A-A99F-DCB5CC47C9C8 Batch 13 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 6.0 102.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 3_13_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/02ED014F-3F80-45AC-8879-BA124F4727AB Batch 14 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-23 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data -750 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic; coarse pottery 1.0 2.0 77.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 body sherd orange Coarse Ware, Ancient Historic pottery coarse Ancient Historic 3_14_1 Survey 0.0 749.0 1499.0

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

R. Scott Moore
http://opencontext.org/subjects/6CD55D50-28BB-45AE-11AB-909321206F91 Batch 15 Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project http://opencontext.org/projects/3F6DCD13-A476-488E-ED10-47D25513FCB2 Sample 2014-07-22 R. Scott Moore 34.981804838389 33.706877412163 Best available location data 300 749 http://opencontext.org/subjects/89B5D6DA-454D-4A45-DB0F-6E0080B61C2B Cyprus PKAP Survey Area Koutsopetria - Paleokastro Unit 3 http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x5155 amphora http://collection.britishmuseum.org/id/thesauri/x11519 pottery Amphora, Roman Late; amphora pottery 1.0 1.0 111.0 2006-06-08 00:00:00 handle buff Amphora, Roman Late