Archaeological Fieldschool - Crete Summer 2017 - Call for Participants
The Department of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics in collaboration with the Faculty of Arts and Science is seeking applications for course CLAS 370 - Archaeological analysis, to be held in Crete (Greece) in the Summer of 2017.
This course trains students in the in-depth analysis of ancient archaeological artefacts from excavations at Aptera and Gournia, Crete (Greece). The first part combines the analysis of Roman pottery replication experiments to identify and understand local clay resources used in antiquity at Aptera. The second part of this course will introduce students to the processing (cataloguing, drawing, photograph, and data input) and analysis of several categories of finds from the recent excavations (2010-2014) at the Minoan site of Gournia, including ceramics, stone implements, metal objects, and architecture.
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