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Location: Almaty, Kazakhstan
Season Dates: June 1, 2012 - November 1, 2012
Affiliation: Institute of Geological Sciences,and Institute of the Cultural Heritage of the Nomads
Project Director: Laboratory of Geoarchaeology
During the summer and autumn of 2012, the Laboratory of Geoarchaeology (Institute of Geological Sciences, Academy of Science-Kazakhstan) in cooperation with the Institute on the Cultural Heritage of the Nomads (Ministry of Culture, Kazakhstan) is organizing archaeological investigations covering all periods from Palaeolithic to Modern times all over Kazakhstan. The programme of work consist mainly in mapping, land and aerial photography, collection of paleodata for analyses. Open-air lectures in the history, archaeology and geoarchaeology of Central Asia and visits of local sites will be included. Sessions will take place between July and October 2012 and are between 15 days and one month in duration. Volunteers and students of archaeology are welcome to join us. The participation fee is €250 (or 300 USD) per week and academic credit is given by the Institute of Geology. Interested volunteers and students of archaeology should contact the ISP to ask for full details on the various survey and excavation opportunities on offer.
Period(s) of Occupation: Palaeolithic till late Medieval Times
Project Size: 1-24 participants
Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: 2 weeks
Minimum Age: 18 y.o.
Experience Required: no
Room and Board Arrangements
On the field students are lodged in tents and sometimes in private houses. We have tents but if volunteer wants an individual tent, he/she must bring it.
Name of institution offering credit: Institute of Geology, Laboratory of Geoarchaeology
Number of credits offered: any
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