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Summer school: Falerii Novi Project

We’ve got an email about a research project this summer that has scholarships that cover everything but the trip there and back. It’s a two weeks long summer school (9-22 June) on a Roman site and all the information about it is in this pdf. Deadline to apply is already March 31st, that is this Sunday, so don’t wait!

Here’s part of the description: 

This intensive two-week programme is designed to provide a foundation in the
theory and methods of environmental archaeology, alongside focused in-field training in the
collection and processing of environmental evidence (macrobotanical and zooarchaeological
remains) relevant to Roman sites. Participants will leave the programme with a strong foundation
in on-site environmental archaeology, and essential knowledge on bulk sampling strategy, set up
of a water-separation machine for the recovery of charred plant remains, small bones and
artefacts, and processing of faunal remains and bulk sediment samples. The programme
emphasises hands-on work with plant and animal remains, undertaken alongside a taught
programme of short talks, case studies, seminars with directed readings, and in-field activities
that introduce a broader range of topics in environmental archaeology. The field school runs as
part of the Falerii Novi Project’s on-going excavations

27 mars, 2024

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