These papers were written in the Fall of 2018 and cover my work at an archaeological excavation in Chios, Greece through the summers of 2017 and 2018.
Finds from the dig range from as early as the late Roman period to as late as the 20th Century, so I have managed to interact with a wide variety of artifacts
Pyrgi is perhaps unique in all of Europe for its extensive preservation of an intricate Renaissance Italian facade called sgraffito.
The Castle which still stands in the town today was build around the remains of an older Byzantine structure, evidence of the long-term influence of the site
This fountain was constructed in the late 18th century by a wealthy Ottoman administrator of Chian descent, Melik Pasha
The Turkish Baths were constructed within the confines of the Kastro (castle) of Chios town in the 18th century
The tombstones displayed here commemorate the Ottoman Turkish soldiers who died on the flagship of the Kapudan Pasha Nasuhzade Ali