Archaeology Field School

The LdM-CAMNES Archaeology Field Schools represent a new approach in studying and understanding ancient civilizations. Students work under the guidance and experience of professional archaeologists, gaining knowledge of modern archaeological research methods, through on-site digging and data recording processes. With academic field trips to museums and archaeological sites, they also learn about the cultural aspects (archaeology, art, history, religion etc.) of the ancient societies that produced the architecture and objects that they will be excavating. This program provides an exciting and unique opportunity for a firsthand look at archaeological fieldwork.

These programs are offered in collaboration with the Center for Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies (CAMNES). No archaeology experience or knowledge of Italian language is required. Field Schools are held in English and require a serious full-time commitment and a five/six days involvement per week including lessons, archaeological activities and visits.

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