WOGE 131 is solved! Mathias Blobel is showered with kudos for identifying Aizanoi’s Theater and Stadium complex.
All there is to know about it you’ll find in Corinna Rohn’s excellent PhD:
Rohn, Corinna. „Der Theater – Stadion – Komplex von Aizanoi“. PhD, BTU Cottbus, 2008. urn:nbn:de:kobv:co1-opus-4154
Find out more about WOGE 132 at Mathias’ blog: http://matts-woge.blogspot.de/2013/05/woge-132.html!
More than two and a half years ago the ‘electricarchaeologist‘ Shawn Graham picked up an idea by Geologists, puzzling each other with screenshots from Google Earth asking “Where on Google Earth”. He adequately changed the question to “When on Google Earth” and it crawls the archaeologists web since.
I came across the game several times but somehow lost track the last months. But then I saw the image of WOGE 130 and it immediately reminded me on the wonderful Nile cataracts I had the pleasure to work at about ten years ago.
Now, that Uronarti is identified I have the pleasure to present WOGE 131:
Enigmatic, isn’t it? And, yes, it is in a way Dionysian…
More infos and instructions copied from Shawn’s webiste:
Q: What is When on Google Earth?
A: It’s a game for archaeologists, or anybody else willing to have a go!
Q: How do you play it?
A: Simple, you try to identify the site in the picture.
Q: Who wins?
A: The first person to correctly identify the site, including its major period of occupation, wins the game.
Q: What does the winner get?
A: The winner gets bragging rights and the chance to host the next When on Google Earth on his/her own blog!
More about When on Google Earth
Join, or Please update, the Facebook group here.
For a list of previous winners see Electric Archaeologist here …
Eloy Cano Castro has compiled the first 100 challenges of the game which is available from this link as a KMZ file for Google Earth.