In addition to his travels in Greece and Asia Minor with R.M. Dawkins, Director of the British School at Athens, as well as excavations at Phylakopi (1911) and Kamares Cave (1913), William Halliday travelled independently throughout Greece. In 1911 when he was a student at the British School at Athens, he conducted many study tours - to Central Greece, to the Aegean Islands, to the Peloponnese, and to Western Greece enroute to the Illyrian coast. In 1913, he took advantage of time after excavation at the Kamares Cave to explore parts of Crete.
Active from 1911 to 1913.
Halliday Travels (Research programme)Halliday Travels 1910-1911 (Observation)
Crete 1913 (Project)
Greece and the Illyrian Coast 1911 (Project)
Halliday, Sir William Reginald