Classical Archaeology in Italy
Join an archaeological excavation of a Roman town in Northern Italy! Located along an important trade route, Libarna was first settled in the 6th century BCE by the Liguri, an indigenous Gallic people in northern Italy. The settlement became a Roman colony in the 2nd century BCE, because of its strategic location along a major trade route. The visible remains of the Roman colony include a theatre, a bath complex, a forum, an amphitheater and urban blocks.
This is a multi-year project with plans for expansion in the future. Our first season will involve geophysical survey of the site and the second will continue survey and begin excavations of a domestic quarter. No experience necessary, only a good attitude and a sense of adventure.
- CLAS 4601 Classical Field Archaeology (6 credit hours)
- Taught by TTU faculty
Estimated Program Fee
- Summer 2018 program fee coming soon!
- Additional expenses include tuition, fees, travel expenses and more. Be sure to review the total estimated program cost as well as the Process of Paying information.
- Summer 2018 program dates coming soon!
Program Open To
- All TTU students
Program Fee Includes
- Lodging and all weekday meals
- Excursions - transportation and entrance fees
Program Fee Does Not Include
- TTU tuition and fees
- Airfare to/from Italy
- Insurance ($1.76/day)
- Education Abroad fee ($200)
- Personal spending money
For more information:
Contact: Dr. Hannah Friedman
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