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Archaeology of Lower Valley Bussento Project


Location: Policastro Bussentino, Salerno, Italy

Season: 
April 27, 2014 to October 12, 2014

Session dates: 
April 27 - 29 June; August 31 - October 12, 2014

Flyer: locandina.pdf

Discount for AIA members: 
5%

Program Type

Field school
Volunteer

Affiliation:

Superintendence of Cultural Heritage in Campania and Etruria Nova Onlus

Project Director:

Dr Elena Santoro

Project Description

IV - V International Archaeological Research Season at Policastro

April 27th - June 27th

August 31th -  October 12th 2014

Policastro Bussentino, Campania, Italy

The Association Etruria Nova, under the technical direction of the Superintendent of Cultural

Heritage in Campania, and in collaboration with the Council of Santa Marina, presents the IV - V

International Archaeological Research Seasons at Policastro Busentino, open to archaeology

students, archaeologists and anyone interested in gaining experience in archaeological fieldwork

THE SEASON WILL INCLUDE THE CONTINUATION OF THE EXCAVATION IN A URBAN SETTLEMENT OF THE ROMAN – POST MEDIEVAL AGE AND IN A SUBURBAN NECROPOLIS

Period(s) of Occupation: Archaic, Roman, Medieval and Post Medieval

Project size: 
50+ participants

Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: 1 week

Minimum age: 
18

Experience required: 
none

Room and Board Arrangements

•Accommodation in apartments with 4 or 5 beds, kitchen and bathroom with shower. Single occupancy may be possible, on payment of a surcharge, dependent on availability.
•Provision for breakfasts, packed lunches and dinners are made in their apartments by participants, comprising fresh and tinned foods, provided by the organization.

Cost: 
€180 per week

Academic Credit

Name of institution offering credit: 
Etruria Nova Onlus
Number of credits offered 5

Location

Contact Information
Etruria Nova Onlus
Vicolo S.Agostino, 12
Montalcino
Siena
IItaly
53024
Telephone: 
00393493613406
Recommended Bibliography: 

Bencivenga Trillmich 1988 C. Bencivenga Trillmich, “Pixous-Buxentum”, in MEFRA, 100, 1988, pp. 701-729.

Bracco 1983 V. Bracco, “Il macellum di Buxentum”, in Epigraphica, XLV, 1983, pp.109-115.

Gallo 1966 – L. Gallo, s.v. “Policastro Busentino”, in BTCGI – Bibliografia Topografica della Colonizzazione Greca in Italia e nelle Isole Tirreniche, vol. XIV, Pisa-Roma 1996, pp. 96-114.

Johannowsky 1992 – W. Johannowsky, “Appunti su Pyxous-Buxentum”, in Atti e Memorie Società Magna Grecia, s. III, 1, 1992, pp. 173-183.

Natella, Peduto 1973 – P. Natella, P. Peduto, “Pyxous – Policastro, in L’Universo, LIII, 1973, n. 3, pp. 483-522.

Panebianco 1963 – V. Panebianco, “L’attività di ricerca archeologica a cura della Direzione dei Musei Provinciali del Salernitano”, in Apollo, III-IV, 1963, pp. 3-38.

Panebianco 1964 – V. Panebianco, “Policastro di S. Marina. Saggi esplorativi”, in Bollettino d’Arte, XLIX, 1964, p. 364.

Sternberg 1987 – A. R. Sternberg, “Die Silberprägung von Siris und Pyxus”, in Atti XX Convegno di studi sulla Magna Grecia (Taranto 1980), Napoli 1987, pp. 123-140.

Zancani Montuoro 1949 – P. Zancani Montuoro, “Siri – Sirino – Pixunte”, in Archivio Storico Calabria e Lucania, 18, 1949, pp. 1-20.