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The study of artifacts and buildings of past civilizations to understand their culture and history is known as archaeology. Items examined can include religious relics, physical remains, artwork and tools. Students typically choose a focus such as a time period, a geographic area or a type of society.

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University of Pisa Summer & Winter Schools

The goal of the summer school is to provide the participants with a broad overview of current strategies for the study of Roman housing, gardens, and urban landscapes. Fu ... [+]

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The goal of the summer school is to provide the participants with a broad overview of current strategies for the study of Roman housing, gardens, and urban landscapes. Fundamental questions are: Which methods for the collection of data contribute to the scientific reconstruction of built environments? Which technologies for the visualization of data allow retrieving the sensory dimension of urban landscapes? How can archaeological data be accessible to the specialists of other disciplines involved in the research, conservation, and management of built heritage? Which tools are expedient to the sharing of data with a view to sustainable preservation? Pompeii provides an ideal case in point, thanks to the unparalleled availability of contextual archaeological data, as well as the centuries-long history of exploration, research, and restorations.... [-]

Italy Pompei
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Full-time
3 weeks
Campus
University of Pisa Summer & Winter Schools

The Summer School includes a program of multi-disciplinary studies within one week. The School will be held at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Pisa and i ... [+]

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The Summer School includes a program of multi-disciplinary studies within one week. The School will be held at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Pisa and is designed to train graduate students (Master’s degree), in particular, PhD students, with interests in Heritage Science. The Summer school aims at providing students from different educational backgrounds (graduates in the fields of technical-scientific and humanistic) the specific skills to start and develop projects for proper diagnosis and conservative management of Cultural Heritage. The school provides lessons to transmit knowledge for the characterization of materials, for the techniques suitable for their characterization, for the assessment of their state of alteration. Special attention will be paid to the study of products and technologies to be used in conservation. Each year the School will be dedicated to a different topic within Heritage Science. In 2019, the school will be focused on the study of organic materials in archaeology.... [-]

Italy Lucca
September 2019
Full-time
5 days
Campus
University of Pisa Summer & Winter Schools

Stratigraphic excavations of the Roman buildings located in the harbour quarter of Vada Volaterrana; Classification of the buildings and finds, Non-destructive diagnostic ... [+]

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Stratigraphic excavations of the Roman buildings located in the harbour quarter of Vada Volaterrana; Classification of the buildings and finds, Non-destructive diagnostic techniques applied to the archaeological research (in particular the georadar surveys conducted by Dr. A. Ribolini Dipartimento Scienze della Terra, UNIPI),Digital management of the documentation

Aim

Teaching methodology of Archaeological research in Roman towns and landscapes

Who can apply

Students from European and extra European Universities

Language

English

Program Intensity

Full time

Admission Requirements

Knowledge of ancient History and Cultures

ECTS

6

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Italy Livorno
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Full-time
3 weeks
Campus
University of Pisa Summer & Winter Schools

The Summer School in Osteoarchaeology and Paleopathology is an academic program aimed at attaining students in anthropological and paleopathological laboratory methods. I ... [+]

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The Summer School in Osteoarchaeology and Paleopathology is an academic program aimed at attaining students in anthropological and paleopathological laboratory methods. It is an outstanding opportunity for students to gain practical experience in a bioarchaeological investigation by working side-by-side with leading researchers in the field. The lab-activities and lectures will be carried out at the Laboratory of Paleopathology (within the Medical School of Pisa). The Summer School will take place over the course of 3 weeks, in order to provide students with the basic knowledge of skeletal anatomy, physical anthropology, and paleopathology necessary to approach osteological analyses. The skeletal materials under examination includes samples from Tuscan excavations dating back to the medieval ages. The activities will be completed under the supervision of an experienced staff of the Division of Paleopathology, with the supervision of Professor Gino Fornaciari.... [-]

Italy Lucca
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Full-time
3 weeks
Campus
University of Pisa Summer & Winter Schools

The Field School in Medieval Archaeology and Bioarchaeology at Badia Pozzeveri (Lucca, Italy) is an academic program aimed at training students in the archaeological and ... [+]

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The Field School in Medieval Archaeology and Bioarchaeology at Badia Pozzeveri (Lucca, Italy) is an academic program aimed at training students in the archaeological and bioarchaeological field and laboratory methods. Excavations will take place at the church of “San Pietro a Pozzeveri” in the municipality of Altopascio. Badia Pozzeveri is located approximately 10 miles east of the city of Lucca, capital of the Tuscan province of the same name. San Pietro’s church was once part of a Camaldolese monastery, which was founded in the 11th century on the shores of Lake Bientina. The medieval lake, now entirely dried up, extended between Lucca and the Arno River. The monastery flourished during the 12-13th centuries thanks to its location along the Via Francigena, a major trade and pilgrimage route, which connected France and Northern Europe with Rome throughout the entire Middle Ages. The monastery’s decline started in the 14th century and eventually led to its dissolution in the 15th century. San Pietro’s church remained as the village’s center of worship and is still in use.... [-]

Italy Altopascio
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Full-time
4 weeks
Campus
University of Pisa Summer & Winter Schools

The Summer School of Archaeology in Abruzzo is an academic program offered by the University of Pisa in collaboration with the superintendence of Archaeological heritage ... [+]

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The Summer School of Archaeology in Abruzzo is an academic program offered by the University of Pisa in collaboration with the superintendence of Archaeological heritage of Abruzzo. Students will receive intensive cross-disciplinary training, with lectures, laboratories, two different excavations activities. To complete the program we planned a weekend visit to the archaeological site. With our school, students will develop the basic framework of knowledge and skills for their future professional work in archaeology.

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With our school, students will develop the basic framework of knowledge and skills for their future professional work in archaeology.... [-]

Italy Lecce Nei Marsi
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Full-time
4 weeks
Campus