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Location: Nemea, Greece
Season Dates: June 1, 2014 - July 12, 2014
Application Deadline: January 28, 2014
Affiliation: University of California, Berkeley
Project Director: Kim Shelton, University of California, Berkeley
An archaeological field school conducted as part of the project "the Panhellenic Sanctuary of Zeus and the early history of Nemea" and the project "Petsas House, Mycenae and pottery production in the Late Bronze Age settlement." Through extensive travel and hands-on work, students will learn major elements of methodology and analysis currently used in classical archaeology. The primary goal is to teach practical archaeological skills in a real research environment while gaining an understanding of the material culture of Greece throughout various periods of its prehistory and history. Students will participate in a variety of field techniques and research methodologies including when appropriate: regional and site survey and sampling, geo-physical testing and mapping, field excavation, stratigraphic analysis, written, graphic and photographic recording of data and finds, cleaning and conservation of finds, scientific and stylistic pottery analysis, cataloging, and presentation of research results through collection and exhibition management.
Period(s) of Occupation: Bronze Age, Iron Age, Geometric, Hellenistic, Late Roman, Byzantine
Project Size: 1-24 participants
Minimum Age: 18 years
Room and Board Arrangements
Double or triple occupancy in small hotel with bathroom en suite and AC. Breakfast included in hotel cost while other meals are up to the individual participants from village tavernas.
Cost: $2,200 for 5 weeks (hotel and participation fee)
Name of institution offering credit: University of California, Berkeley
Number of credits offered: 4-6 units
Tuition: ca. $2,000-$3,000
Classics, 7233 Dwinelle Hall #2520, University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720