The CEAACP – Tróia Summer School is a Summer archaeological fieldschool program offered by the Centro de Estudos de Arqueologia, Artes e Ciências do Património (Centre of Archaeological, Arts and Heritage Studies), Portugal – www.uc.pt/uid/cea), Unity of Research 281 of the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) of the Ministry of Education and Science (Portugal) – www.fct.pt in collaboration with Troiaresort – Investimentos Turísticos, S.A. – www.troiaresort.pt, the company that has the safeguard of the Archaeological Roman Site of Tróia, Portugal.
The CEAACP – Tróia Summer School proposes the second edition of a Summer archaeological fieldschool at Tróia, Portugal, offering students the opportunity of participating in a scientific archaeological project in the largest fish-salting production center known in the Roman Empire, today known as the Roman Ruins of Tróia and a National Monument since 1910.
The fieldwork campaign will take place in June and is opened to undergraduate as well as graduate students, from all majors.
The fieldschool includes archaeological excavation, lectures, workshops, pottery washing and study visits. English will be the language employed in all situations.
Prof. David Soren (University of Arizona) and Prof. Inês Vaz Pinto (CEAACP) will be the coordinators of this summer program and the excavation will be directed by Prof. Inês Vaz Pinto, Dr. Ana Patrícia Magalhães and Dr. Patrícia Brum, responsible for the site of Tróia.
University of Arizona (UA) credit will be available for students applying through the UA Office and Study Abroad and Student Exchange.
Read more below, or click here for the program brochure.