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Hi Everyone,

So I have made it back to Franklin MA. Currently I am reading trench books, chapters and articles about my different excavations this summer getting ready for digging.

Another thing I am also doing is figuring out all the features in my blog so I don’t need to do that much learning in Italy where internet time will be limited. The main goal of this post is to try the facebook update feature, a photo blog feature and see if I can get this on an RSS feed.

Okay well the photo blog is only if you are using flicker which crashed in Italy when I tried to use it.  So that means no photo blog on this page.  BUT I have a picasa album which I will link when I put photos in.  Like now: May 2011 Pics


About handyatmurlo

I am a Latin teacher at Regis Jesuit High School. I earned my MA at CU Boulder and my BA at UMass Amherst. I have spent my summers working in Italy as an archaeologist at three different sites. One I have worked at for 10 years at Poggio Civitate at Vescovado di Murlo. I have worked at the Villa of Maxentius in Rome for 2 years, before the project ended. I also spent 2 summers at the FSU excavations in Cosa.
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2 Responses to Test Post

  1. Cymbal John says:

    Hey buddy! When do you leave? How long are you in the Franklin area? Can I come to Italy? I want to meet Mario. You just need a really big dog crate…a REALLY big dog crate.

    • handyatmurlo says:

      I leave on June 6th, so I have about 2 weeks. Um, I think they look inside dog crates to see if a dog is in there. Can you grow a beard before then?

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