Archaeological projects must keep meticulous records of all phases of the excavation process as archaeology itself is a destructive science - once the layer, the artifact or the wall has been exposed or removed, there's no turning back the pages. So, by keeping copious notes and records, archaeologists are able to analyse, assess and even reconstruct the excavation site to the best of their ability (and their notes) after-the-fact.
This webpage contains scans of the actual fieldwork logbooks kept throughout the excavation seasons at Chersonesos. Just click on the logbook links to open Flash flipbooks of each of the logbooks.
Field I, Square 2 1994-1995 1995 1996
Field I, Square 5 1995 1996
Field I, Square 6 1994
Field I, Square 7 1994-1996
Field I, Square 8 1994
Field I, Square 9 1996-1998