PROJECT EVALUATIONS

 

 

Independent evaluations:

 

          Medieval Cemetery Funerary Excavation - Lost Churches Project

                2014: Valeni/Patakfalva

                2015: Valeni/Patakfalva

          Roman Military Excavation:

                2015: Rasnov - Castrum Cumidava

 

2016

 

Applied Field Geophysics Workshop - GPR Theory, Method and Practice

Identity and Wealth on the Roman Frontier - Roman Villa Excavation

Life by the Imperial Roads - Roman Provincial Settlement Excvation and Survey

A Soldier's Life on the Edge of the Empire - Roman Military Excavation

Archaeology of the Roman Frontier - Roman Survey: Settlement Identification Methods

Lost Churches Project - Medieval Funerary Excavation

Deviant Mass Grave Mortuary Excavation

Pathology Osteology Research Workshop

Medieval Crisis Populations - Intensive Osteology Research Workshop

 

Medieval Crisis Populations - Human Osteology Research Workshop

 

Medieval Crisis Populations - Juvenile Osteology Research Workshop

2015

 

 

Sarmizegetusa Ulpia Traiana, Roman Capital of the Dacian Provinces - Roman Imperial Urban Excavation

 

Lost Churches Project - Medieval Funerary Excavation

Commingled Remains Osteology Workshop

 

Medieval Crisis Populations - Human Osteology Research Workshop

 

Medieval Crisis Populations - Juvenile Osteology Research Workshop

 

2014

 

Life by the Imperial Roads - Roman Provincial Settlement Excavation and Survey

 

Sarmizegetusa Ulpia Traiana, Roman Capital of the Dacian Provinces - Roman Imperial Urban Excavation

 

Lost Churches Project - Medieval Funerary Excavation

 

Medieval Crisis Populations - Human Osteology Research Workshop

 

Medieval Crisis Populations - Juvenile Osteology Research Workshop

 

 

2013

 

Life by the Imperial Roads - Roman Provincial Settlement Excavation and Survey

 

Lost Churches Project - Medieval Funerary Excavation

 

Medieval Crisis Populations - Human Osteology Research Workshop

 

Living and Dying on the Edge of Europe - Bioarchaeology / Osteology Research Workshop

WHAT'S UP?
LAST EVENT

NEW PROJECTS

 

  • The outstanding success of our 2018 and 2019 GPR projects, the Applied Field Geophysics Workshop - GPR Applications, prompted us to buy a second GPR unit with a different central frequency and a different configuration. As a result, our participants will have the unique opportunity to get fully proficient on a 250MHz GPR system, in a cart configuration, as well as 500MHz system, in a rough terrain configuration.

  • Furthermore, participants who are committed to expand their field skill set can register to our new Geophysics Exploration and Field Excavation program. It is a 4 week program, combining the GPR Applications Workshop (5 days) and  Roman Villa Excavation (3 weeks). Participants save $200 over the combined costs of the individual programs.

2020

New for our 2020 season: our Applied Field Geophysics Workshop-GPR Applications will allow the comparative professional training on the core GPR systems and configurations used in near surface investigations: 250MHz and 500MHz transducers, in respectively cart and rough terrain configurations. Our program is open to all disciplines, focusing on GPR theory, methods, techniques and applications.

 

As a result of overwhelming positive response and further request from our participants, we are offering the possibility to combine all sessions of our the GPR Applications Workshop with both field sessions of our Roman Villa Excavation as a stand alone program, allowing to save $200 on the combined fees. Our two research/training case study sites have been carefully chosen to combine increasing complexity of ancient, historical and modern features. These sites provide an unparalleled access to a diverse set of features and conditions.  We address urban and proto-urban settlement construction, complex anthropogenic stratigraphic relationships, variation in soil structure and conditions, wide range of materials and their use/reuse, unmapped ancient and modern utilities, potential graves, modern and ancient civil works projects (including the remains of roads, aqueducts, and wells), changes in hydrogeological environment caused by modern human intervention, and all as-yet undiscovered features. The highest quality for the best price on any GPR courses available anywhere!!!

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