I’ve been working on the graffiti at the underpass, site 6. The process I’ve adopted here has been to break the two walls up into panels. I have eight panels on the north side wall and eight on the south side. Then dealing with one panel at a time I am attempting to identify the different layers of the graffiti and separate them out. Each layer will represent one persons hand at one time. These will be my context layers, thinking from an archaeological point of view. It is proving to be a rather tedious process but as I’m beginning to understand, archaeology is a lot about tedium and monotony. However there is a fascination driving this process too, trying to unpack this stuff and make some sense out of something appearing pretty chaotic. Looking for patterns, rhythms and relationships within what on first glance just seems like meaningless shouting.