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Work along the path to Agios Kosmas at Paliokastro is part of a rescue excavation, controlled by the 26th Ephorate of Classical and Prehistoric Antiquities, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Greece.
Aris Tsaravopoulos is the government archaeologist in charge, working in conjunction with other government archaeologist colleagues.

The balance of the team are scholars, students and volunteers from Greece, Australia & abroad, under the responsibility of the Kytherian Research Group (KRG) who will assist Aris Tsaravopoulos and his government-authorised colleagues.

(Above) Some raw (unedited) video pieced together as a starting point in creating a documentary-style DVD.

The finished product will take some time to complete so these rough cuts provide insight into the project and an idea of what the finished DVD may include

(Below) Learning about the many roof tile fragments found at Paliokastro (partially in Greek)

(Below) More information about roof tiles. These objects didn’t travel in people’s pockets like coins and other things, suggesting that there are buildings buried in the area (in Greek).

Major parts of the mountain, so far.

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