Presentation on theme: "A Geophysical Survey of the Ancient Cities of Marion and Arsinoe in Cyprus Part I Emery Real Bird, Adrian Tasistro-Hart, Brittany Lopetrone The Polis Beneath."— Presentation transcript:
A Geophysical Survey of the Ancient Cities of Marion and Arsinoe in Cyprus Part I Emery Real Bird, Adrian Tasistro-Hart, Brittany Lopetrone The Polis Beneath Our Feet:
Acknowledgements Thanks so much to Alain for his unfailing constructive criticism as well as to Kathleen for taking so much time to help us with the presentations. Thanks also to Frederik and Adam for providing perspectives on our presentations, and thanks also to Joanna for taking time to provide vital resources and sharing her amazing knowledge of Polis with us. Finally, big shout out to Teams ABE and MMAV for powering through and putting together these presentations, and also to the Strat and Arch teams for being there in spirit!
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