As a participant in this program, you will learn the full range of responsibilities of architects, surveyors, and artists who work on archaeological projects from the early stages of organizing the site to final publishing of results. This program is an exciting opportunity for those interested in working in archaeological sites to experience field work in one of the most important archaeological zones of the world. The class will be taught primarily at the Vesuvian Institute and on the Roman archaeological site of Stabiae, both in the modern city of Castellammare di Stabia (Italy). There will be field trips during the three-week period to neighboring sites including Pompeii, Naples, Herculaneum, and the Villa Oplontis.
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