This method was applied early in the development of intensive Mediterranean survey, and was employed at projects such as the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project, the Northern Keos Survey, and the Pylos Regional Archaeological Project (Wright et al.
What does NVAP stand for?
NVAP stands for Nemea Valley Archaeological Project (Bryn Mawr, PA)
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1 DF220 The focus is on Tsoungiza Hill in the Nemea Valley, Greece, and two volumes are planned to present results of the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project (NVAP) sponsored by Bryn Mawr College, working under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
Publication of data on CD-ROM is already with us, although a more flexible solution may be access to site and artefact catalogues via the World Wide Web, already available for two other surveys in Greece (the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project and the Pylos Regional Archaeological Project: see http://rome.