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Archaeology & Anthropology Field Schools

Europe - Macedonia - Workshop For Conservation And Restoration Of Roman Pottery - 2012

Europe - Macedonia - Workshop For Conservation And Restoration Of Roman Pottery - 2012

Archaeology Field School Location and Dates

Application Deadline
2012-05-25
Start Date 2012-06-16
End Date 2012-06-29


Multiple Session information June 16, 2012 - June 29, 2012
Archaeology Field School Location
Stobi, Gradsko, Macedonia

Archaeology Field School Tuition and Credits

Sponsoring College/Institution
New Bulgarian University, Sofia
Academic Credit
6 academic credits
Archaeology Field School Tuition
Admission Fee: €1,299 (app. $1,699). including all educational and practical activities, tools and materials, full-board accommodation (incl. meals), excursions/sightseeing tours/entrance fees, Project Handbook, issue of Certificate of Attendance and administrative costs.

Discounts off the admission fee are available in case of:

1) Participation in more than 1 BH project or project session in 2012.
2) Small Groups (two or three people, who participate in a BH project in 2012).
3) Larger Groups (four or more people, who participate in a BH project in 2012).

Archaeology Field School Room and Board
Participants will be accommodated in the archaeological base at the site, in rooms with two to three beds in cabins (recently renovated, air-conditioned, Wi Fi). Every cabin has 4 bedrooms + living room, 2 bathrooms with showers and WC. There is also a washing machine available. 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!
Archaeology Field School Travel
not included in the admission fee
Additional Information on Tution/Room and Board/Travel Costs
Academic Credits are offered by the New Bulgarian University - six academic credits for participation in the project. Tuition: 330 EURO for six credits (for students outside EU). Participants who don't need academic credits, are not expected to pay the tuition fee!

Archaeology Field School Description


The WORKSHOP FOR CONSERVATION, RESTORATION AND DOCUMENTATION OF ROMAN POTTERY, 2012 will be hosted as usual by National Institute of Stobi, Macedonia at Stobi Archaeological Park. It will guide the participants through the history and technology of Roman and Late Roman pottery and consequent stages of archaeological conservation, restoration, documentation and study. Both the theoretical and practical courses will be based on Roman pottery found in the ancient city of Stobi. During the workshop participants will work with authentic Roman shards. The project includes three modules: practical work in documentation and restoration of Roman pottery; educational course (lectures, trainings, study - and behind-the-scenes visits) and excursions to the St.Archangel Michael Monastery (10th century), the old towns of Prilep and Bitola, the archaeological site of Heraclea Lyncestis, Ohrid and Ohrid lake (UNESCO World Heritage Site) as well as to a traditional pottery workshop.

By the end of the workshop the participants will:

- know the basic methods of how to document and restore ancient pottery;
- develop basic/further practical skills (depending on participant’s initial level of qualification) in ancient pottery restoration and illustration (both drawing and using graphic software);
- deepen their knowledge through first-hand experience of Roman History and Archaeology;
- meet professionals, who work in the areas of Classical Archaeology and Pottery Conservation, Restoration and Documentation.

All participants will receive:
*** Project Handbook (in PDF version by e-mail and a hard copy on arrival);
*** Balkan Heritage Field School Certificate specifying the fieldwork hours, educational modules, and sites visited.

Participants will use the tools, materials and
equipment available at the site.

IN OCTOBER 2011 WAS ANNOUNCED THAT, STOBI WAS INCLUDED IN THE 2012 WORLD MONUMENTS WATCH AMONG THE MONUMENTS WITH UNIVERSAL SIGNIFICANCE - read more at: http://www.wmf.org/project/stobi !

Archaeology Field School Additional Information

Archaeology Field School Type
Workshop
Time Period
Roman and Late Roman
Field School Setting/Conditions
Participants will be accommodated in the archaeological base at the site.

What is the daily schedule for the field school
Detailed project agenda available on project web page!


Directors and Instructors
Silvana Blazhevska (Director of NI Stobi) and Kalina Stoyanova (Balkan Heritage Archaeologist and Finds Illustrator, MA in Archaeology)
Specialized skills you will have the opportunity to learn
By the end of the workshop the participants will:

- know the basic methods of how to document and restore ancient pottery;

- develop basic/further practical skills (depending on participant’s initial level of qualification) in ancient pottery restoration and illustration (both drawing and using graphic software);

- deepen their knowledge through first-hand experience of Roman History and Archaeology;

- meet professionals, who work in the areas of Classical Archaeology and Pottery Conservation, Restoration and Documentation.

On rain days will there be lab work?
Yes.
Will there be additional organized activities?
Guided excursions to the St.Archangel Michael Monastery (10th century), the old towns of Prilep and Bitola, the archaeological site of Heraclea Lyncestis, Ohrid and Ohrid lake (UNESCO World Heritage Site) as well as to a traditional pottery workshop.



Archaeology Field School Contact Information and Website

Field School Website: http://www.bhfieldschool.org/bh2010rpdr.html

Field School Contact Information



Balkan Heritage Field School
204 Sveta Troica str. Stara Zagora, BG-6004 Bulgaria
Phones: +359 888 165 402; +359 877 725 057


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