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Coverage for grant RZ-20812-02

The Azoria Project: Excavation of an Early Iron Age-Archaic Town in Eastern Crete, Greece
Donald Haggis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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UNC team excavates lost Greek city (Media Coverage)
Author(s): JANE STANCILL, Staff Writer
Publication: News & Observer
Date: 9/23/2002
Abstract: Summary of the discoveries during the first season of excavation, in 2002; interviews with students and staff members; description of the overall significance of the excavation and the site.

Lost city found in northeast corner of Crete; archaeologists say it will add to Greek history (Media Coverage)
Publication: UNC News Services
Date: 9/17/2002
Abstract: Article on discoveries at Azoria following the 2002 season.

Ancient City Discovered at Azoria (Media Coverage)
Publication: Nea Krete
Date: 6/28/2004
Abstract: Ancient City Discovered at Azoria

Dig unearths B.C.-era Greek town square (Media Coverage)
Author(s): JANE STANCILL, Staff Writer
Publication: Raleigh News and Observer
Date: 9/6/2004
Abstract: A team of archaeologists and students recently uncovered what may be the oldest civic building yet found in the ancient Greek world. Led by Donald Haggis, associate professor of classical archaeology at UNC-Chapel Hill, the team has worked for three straight summers at a site called Azoria, on the Greek island of Crete.