Exposing the frescoes in Room 9
Zominthos is the first Greek excavation that employs a wearable camera (Looxcie II) to record moments of the excavation. The camera is mounted on the ear and aims to the areas that eyes see. In such a way, the captured scenes follow exactly the same movements that the head and the eyes do allowing an immersive experience in the observation of the excavation process.
Excavating Corridor 10
Making a mold for a big piece of carbonized wood that was revealed in Corridor 10 (in order to be removed intact)
Trying to move a huge monolithic slab in Corridor 10
Revealing a conical cup at the opening to Corridor 21
Mounting works for the walls of Room 50
Cleaning plasters in Room 7