“You’re going where?!”
Another letter from Turkey. In which, again, are noted some observations on the situation the south-east.
On grave robbers’ heels
A letter from Mesopotamia. In which is witnessed the disturbing looting of unexplored archaeological sites.
New dispatches from the field: More telegraphed expedition notes
A letter from Turkey. In which is again reported from an excavation expedition in short dispatches cabled directly from the field.
Should I stay or should I go now? Renewed report from Turkey’s southeast
A letter from Turkey. In which is given a subjective description of current state of affairs.
Dispatches from the field: A telegraphed expedition diary
A letter from Turkey. In which is described an excavation season’s daily grind in short dispatches cabled from the field.
“I hunt for objects made by men” – An archaeologist’s day in the field
A letter from Turkey. In which is reported an archaeologist’s daily field routine at the excavation.
A letter from Turkey. In which is noticed, while travelling, the modern-day disappearance of certain professions.
From the sketchbook: Travelling Turkey
A letter from Turkey. In which are introduced a number of pencil and watercolour sketches done during an excavation campaign.
At the mosque, attending Friday’s sermon
A letter from Turkey. In which is given the eye-witness account of the traditional Friday rituals in an Muslim house of prayer.
Have Yourself a Merry Little … ‘Feast of the Sacrifice’
A letter from Turkey. In which are portrayed ritual and atmosphere in the time of a high Islamic holiday.