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Location: C. del Castillo, 14, 19119 Zorita de los Canes, Guadalajara, Spain
Season: June 26, 2024 to August 15, 2024
Session Dates: 1st Session July 7 - 21 2nd Session July 21 - 3 August
Application Deadline: July 1, 2024
Deadline Type: Rolling
ArchaeoSpain Castilla-La Mancha Regional Government
PhD. Dionisio Urbina Complutense University Madrid MA Victor Barrera Complutense University Madrid
Period(s) of Occupation: Medieval
SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS Afternoon workshop on osteology Afternoons will be dedicated to lab work. Cleaning and cataloging bones will be part of your daily schedule, combined with workshops on: - Introduction to osteology: the human skeleton - Anthropometry. Systematic measurements of standard parameters - Determination of variability. Epigenetic characters (non-metric). - Determination of size and sex. - Determination of age of death - Health of the population: degenerative diseases, deficiency diseases, infectious diseases, traumatic pathologies.
Project Size: 1-24 participants
Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: 2 weeks
Minimum Age: 18
Experience Required: None, but apreciated
Room and Board Arrangements:
Zorita de los Canes is a tiny village 90-minute-drive east from Madrid. Located between the castle and the river Tajo, It has a charming little hotel, a restaurant over an old tower and a nice beach next to the remains of an old bridge. The group, including ArchaeoSpain staff, will be staying at Posada de Zorita Hotel, just five-minute walk down from the castle. The students will be sharing double rooms with bathroom and air conditioning. Cost: US$ 1,950 session, Fees Include: • Full Room and Board • Fieldwork training • Seminars and workshops • Excursions and other activities • Medical Insurance • Transportation to and from airport • Application fee • Administrative costs Fees DO NOT include airfare
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