Italy, Pisa

Summer School of Archaeology in Abruzzo

when 8 July 2018 - 4 August 2018
language English
duration 4 weeks
credits 10 EC
fee EUR 1000

the summer school of archaeology in abruzzo is an academic program offered by university of pisa in collaboration with the superintendence of archaeological heritage of abruzzo, CNR of Pisa and INGV of Rome and L'Aquila.
Students will receive an intensive cross-disciplinary training , with lectures, laboratories and for this year three different excavations activities. Weekend archaeological site visits will complete the week program.

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the program
the course will last 4 weeks including a series of lectures that will turns to laboratory activities.
lectures will focus on :
- method and techniques of archaeology
- geomorphological and landscape analysis of sites
- itc applications on archaeological data
- archaeometry
- prehistoric archaeology
- roman archaeology
- experimental archaeology
laboratory activities will allow students to develop their competence on :
- procedures for cleaning, consolidation, restoration, labelling, inventory and cataloguing of materials
- graphic, photographic and written documentation
- digital processing of the acquired data

practical activities will be carried out in two different places, a prehistoric settlement and a roman site, to provide students with adequate methodological knowledge.

Course leader

Cristiana Petrinelli, Arturo Marzano

Target group

graduate and undergraduate students
phd or phd students

Course aim

With our school, students will develop the basic framework of knowledge and skills for their future professional work in archaeology.

Fee info

EUR 1000: course fees
EUR 1150: accomodation, meal, tutoring, internal transport (to and From the sites), visits to archaeological sites.



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