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Archaeological Project About Late Roman Archaeology in the NW of Spain (SPAIN)


Location: Zamora, Spain

Season: 
August 4, 2014 to August 29, 2014

Application Deadline: 
Monday, June 30, 2014

Program Type

Field school
Volunteer

Affiliation:

Zamoraprotohistorica

Project Director:

José Sastre, Patricia Fuentes and Manuel Vázquez

Project Description

This project started in 2007, continuos until present. Is concentrate in an Archeological Project about Late Roman village, from V - VII A.C., with the presence of others periods like Iron Age. The investigation is focused in three areas: Metallurgical place, defensive systems, and urbanism.

Period(s) of Occupation: Late Roman period

Project size: 
1-24 participants

Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: 15 days

Minimum age: 
18

Experience required: 
None

Room and Board Arrangements

Accommodation provide by the project

Cost: 
No cost

Academic Credit

Number of credits offered: none

Location

Contact Information
José Sastre
Zamora
Zamora
Recommended Bibliography: 

El Castillón, un poblado tardoantiguo en el valle del Esla. Sastre Blanco, J.C. y Tejeiro Pizarro, A. Brigecio. Revista de Estudios de Benavente y sus tierras, 20. Benavente (Zamora). 2010.

Late Roman metallurgy in Castro of El Castillón (Santa Eulalia de Tábara, Zamora). Sastre Blanco, J.C. y Fuentes Melgar, P. 2011. New Perspectives in Late Antiquity. Cambridge

Una aproximación a la Puesta en Valor del Arte Esquemático y su paisaje. La Sierra de la Culebra (Zamora) - Jose Carlos Sastre Blanco (Universidad de Granada)