Location: Rome, Italy
Season Dates: April 20, 2013 - November 22, 2013
Session Dates: 1) April 20 - May 9; 2) May 12-31; 3) June 3-22; 4) June 25 - July 14; 5) July 17 - August 5; 6) August 8-27; 7) August 30 - September 18; 8) September 20 - October 9; 9) October 12-31; and 10) November 3 - November 22
Application Deadline: October 30, 2013
Affiliation: Ecomuseum of the Cape of Cavalleria and the Sa Nitja Association
Project Director: Fernando Contreras
This field school program, with a length of 20 days, will start in Athens (Greece). Students will meet in Athens on the first day. Next and during the following 6 days they will focus on an archaeological tour around Athens in order to discover the Acropolis and its surroundings, Dionysos Theatre, The Pillars of Olympian Zeus, Herodus Attius Theatre, The Hill of Areios Pagos, Athenian and Roman Agora, the Kerameikos Cemetery and The Acropolis Museum.
On the 11th day, after 3 days-off, participants will fly to Rome, where they will stay for 6 day. There, students will focus on an archaeological tour around Rome in order to discover the Coliseum and its surroundings, Capitoline and Vatican Museums –including the Sistine chapel-, Pompeii city and the Christian basilicas in Trastevere.
Once students finish the archaeological tour in Rome, they will have two days off in order to enjoy their free time. On the 19th day of the course students will fly back to Athens, from where they will go back home.
Period(s) of Occupation: Classical
Project Size: 1-24 participants
Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: 20 days
Minimum Age: 18 (contact with questions about age)
Experience Required: no
Room and Board Arrangements
Participants will be staying in hostels in the center of both Athens and Rome (included in course cost). Food is not included.
Cost: between $2700 to $3900
Number of credits offered: none
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