Mel Melnyczek’s second 2014 Zagora trench team – Trench 7

Trench supervisor, Mel Melnyczek
Trench supervisor, Mel Melnyczek. © AAIA; photo by Irma Havlicek
by Irma Havlicek
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Below is a photo of the team members who worked on Mel Melnyczek’s trench for the second three weeks of the 2014 excavations. The post about the first 2014 Zagora team to work on trench 7 is here.

The 2013 site plan showing locations of excavations trenches in 2013 is at the bottom of this post. This trench is trench number 7 (described last year on this blog as Excavation Area 2).

Trench supervisor, Mel Melnyczek, with his trench team, clockwise from top left: Laura Mansell, Mel Melnyczek, Brady Kiesling, Susan Wrigley and Hannah Gwyther
Trench supervisor, Mel Melnyczek, with his trench team, clockwise from top left: Laura Mansell, Mel Melnyczek, Brady Kiesling, Susan Wrigley and Hannah Gwyther
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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