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ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION

Classics 463 - Archaeological Excavation - Partecipating in the Campo della Fiera Field school or the Crocifisso del Tufo Project (six credits)


Campo della Fiera

The project, run by the University of Perugia, under the direction of Prof.ssa Simonetta Stopponi, gives to ten US students the chance to participate into this amazing experience, getting 6 credits (listed as Classics 463 - Archaeological Excavation) through the University of Arizona - Orvieto Study Abroad Program.
 

The cost for one session is $ 3,000, that includes tuition, lodging, food (except some meals during the weekends), insurance, steel-toe boots (it does not include airfare).

It is possible to combine the Campo della Fiera Archaeological Field school with the Summer or Fall program of the University of Arizona - Orvieto Study Abroad Program.

Crocifisso del Tufo

The dig takes place in the famous necropolis surrounding the cliff of Orvieto, caracterized by the VI c. B.C.E. etruscan tombs. Five US students are selected to participate, getting 6 credits (listed as Classics 463 - Archaeological Excavation) through the University of Arizona - Orvieto Study Abroad Program.
 

The cost for one session is $ 3,000, that includes tuition, lodging, food (except some meals during the weekends), insurance, steel-toe boots (it does not include airfare).

It is possible to combine the Crocifisso del Tufo Archaeological Field school with the Summer or Fall program of the University of Arizona - Orvieto Study Abroad Program.

 

The application deadline is February 15: you can get more info and start the application process at http://studyabroad.arizona.edu/apply


No previous experience is required, and it is not necessary to be Anthro/Archaeology majors.

For more information about the dig project, please contact Alba at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , BEFORE YOU APPLY

 

For "Archaeological excavation Classics 463/563" see also Spring and Fall Semesters!