Notion Archaeological Survey

During the summers of 2015-2018, I was the expedition photographer for the archaeological survey of the ancient Greek city of Notion. My work consisted of recording (in photographs and videos) the field work of the expedition team, the architecture of the site, and the finds of the survey. Situated on a dramatic bluff overlooking the Aegean, Notion was a port town providing access to the Oracle at Klaros and the city of Kolophon; among its surviving features are numerous deep cisterns and the remains of a fortification wall, a theater, a bouleuterion, two temples, an agora, and numerous houses. Among the surprising discoveries has been that as a substantial city Notion lasted just 300 years, from approximately 200 BC until 100 AD.