Location: Stobi, Republic of Macedonia and Karabunar-Septemvri, Bulgaria , Bulgaria
The pack is combination of two Balkan Heritage Field School (BHFS) projects focused on Ancient Greek and Roman Archaeology, History and Culture. It provides to either students or people interested in Archaeology and Ancient Greek and Roman World comprehensive experience (from six to eight weeks, covering the Classical, Hellenistic, Roman and Early Byzantine periods) at two different sites in two neighboring European countries: Stobi in the Republic of Macedonia and emporion Pistiros in Bulgaria. What is more choosing to participate in the pack’s proposals the BHFS participants will benefit from the considerably reduced admission fees and faster registration.
The ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN PACK combines the following Balkan Heritage Field School (BHFS) projects:
Stobi (Macedonia Secunda) Excavations, Macedonia (STOBI.EXC 18)
Period(s) of Occupation: In Pistiros: Classical Antiquity - Classical and Hellenistic; in Stobi: Roman, Late Roman.
Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: 1 session (six weeks)
Room and Board Arrangements
Pack's locations: Stobi, Republic of Macedonia and Karabunar, Bulgaria. Participants in the pack will be expected to arrive first in Stobi.
At Stobi: Participants will be accommodated in recently furbished cabins (furnished, air-conditioned, free Wi-Fi) at the archaeological site, in rooms with two to three beds. Every cabin has 4 bedrooms + living room, 2 bathrooms with shower and WC. There is also a washing machine available for free. Participants are not expected to bring bedclothes or towels. Three meals per day are covered by the admission fee. Requests for vegetarian food are accepted!
At Karabunar: "Villa Terres" will host the field school in 2017. It is a newly built SPA complex & Winery in the village Karabunar. Accommodation in comfortable rooms with two beds and suits with three beds (bathrooms with shower and WC), equipped with air-conditioning and TV. The hotel swimming pool & SPA facilities as well as Wi-Fi can be used for free. Cheap laundry service is available. During the project work days all participants will be given a lift from the hotel to the site (that is located 14 km away) and back. Three meals (fresh, organic Bulgarian homemade food) per day are covered by the admission fee.
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