Vultur Project – Italy
The Vultur Project is an archaeological investigation of the Vulture zone of northern Basilicata involving both excavation and survey. The project is funded by the comune of Rionero and the Comunità Montana del Vulture over five years. It involves a team of archaeologists from Canada, Israel, Australia and Norway. The project will focus upon the Lucanian Frontier as a sphere of pre-Roman cultural interaction and Late Roman stability.
Volunteer and students are being sought.
Room and board is free for experienced members otherwise the cost is 900 dollars for the three week stay.
Dates: 10 August – 2 October 2009