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Friday, July 10, 2009

Field Schools, Digs, and Field Work Opportunities

What is a Field School or Field Work?

An archaeology field school is an archaeology dig that is organized to train the next generation of archaeologists. But even if you're not planning on becoming an archaeologist, you can still attend a field school.

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    Lauren Axelrod said...


    Rca ieftin said...

    This is great, I do not necessarily want to be an archaeologist, but maybe I will follow a field school

    Asigurari locuinte said...

    That is great!

    dambovita said...

    good article. I didn't know that in my country we have an archaeology fieldwork. so is true: everyday you learn something new.

    Anonymous said...


    We have grown and now offer courses in four different countries in Europe; Spain, Italy, Greece, and Portugal.For 2013 we are offering 15 different archaeological courses including Fieldwork in Ancient Cities, Bioarchaeology, Making a movie, Maritime Archaeology & Mapping tools GIS.


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