NARRATOR: After each season the paperwork begins as discoveries are recorded and finds published.
SCOTT MOORE: Archaeology unfortunately can be extremely tedious and that is one of the things that, until you do archaeology, unfortunately you’re not really quite aware of. And even though it feels very tedious at times, when I make new discoveries, as far as when I’m doing the pottery and looking at the pottery and I find a very interesting piece, it really makes what I’ve done that day worthwhile – even though I know people watching me see me just sitting there hour after hour doing the pottery, it looks very boring, But to me it’s the adventure of discovery, that sort of unraveling of a mystery as I’m going about it, so to speak. And I guess I contribute to that whole romantic ideal that archaeologists have, sort of the Indiana Jones version. But, you know, if that gets people interested, I think that might be a good thing.