Kristen Mann’s second 2014 Zagora trench team – Trench 4

Kristen Mann, centre, wearing green, with her trench team members, from left: Lachlan Chisholm, Andrew Smith and Elaine Lin
Kristen Mann, centre, wearing green, with her trench team members, from left: Lachlan Chisholm, Andrew Smith and Elaine Lin.
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Here are some photos of the team who worked on Trench 4 under Kristen Mann’s supervision for the second three weeks of the 2014 excavations. The post about Kristen’s first 2014 Zagora trench team is here.

The 2013 site plan showing the 2013 trench locations is at the bottom of this post. This trench is trench number 4, described last year on this blog as Excavation Area 4.

Elaine Lin, Lachlan Chisholm, Kristen Mann and Andrew Moore, members of Kristen's excavation team
From left: Elaine Lin, Lachlan Chisholm, Kristen Mann and Andrew Smith, members of Kristen’s excavation team.
Members of Kristen's and Antonio's trench teams, from left: Kristen Mann, Andrew Smith, Aleese Barron, Francesca McMaster, Lachlan Chisholm, Antonio Bianco, Callum Ferrell, Valeria de Scarpis and Elaine Lin
Members of Kristen’s and Antonio Bianco’s trench teams (their trenches were in the same vicinity), from left: Kristen Mann, Andrew Smith, Aleese Barron, Francesca McMaster, Lachlan Chisholm, Antonio Bianco, Callum Ferrell, Valeria de Scarpis and Elaine Lin.
Andrew Smith (left) and Lachlan Chisholm lifting Elaine Lin at their spoil heap
Andrew Smith (left) and Lachlan Chisholm lifting Elaine Lin at their spoil heap. Photo by Kristen Mann
Andrew Smith, Elaine Lin and Lachlan Chisholm
…. and Elaine is lifted…. Photo by Kristen Mann
The plan showing the areas being excavated at Zagora in 2014
This 2013 site plan shows the areas that were excavated at Zagora in 2013. Trenches 1 and 2 are not shown here because these were test trenches excavated in 2012. The Zagora site survey data by R. C. Anderson, J. J. Coulton, M. McCallum, and A. Wilson. This 2013 plan by A. Wilson. © Zagora Archaeological Project

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