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Summer 2006


Goose Creek Archaeological Field Project, Bighorn National Forest
Location:  Wyoming, United States
Season Dates: June 12, 2006August 19, 2006
Session Dates:  Full Season, some flexibility negotiable
Application Deadline: Rolling - May 31, 2006 (the sooner the better)
Program Type:  Volunteer
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Hawaii Summer Program  (web page)
From June 5th to August 11th, the Department of Anthropology of the University of Hawai`i at Manoa will offer a 10-week field and classroom training program in archaeology and ethnohistory, supported in part by a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates Site grant and the National Endowment for the Humanities. 
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NSF - Research Experiences for Undergraduates (web page)
Archaeobiology at Sylvester Manor
May 24th-July 7, 2006
A seven-week program of archaeological excavation and laboratory work focused on the collection and analysis of geophysical data, Native American material culture, and archaeological data. The fieldwork takes place at Sylvester Manor, Shelter Island, New York, and the laboratory work takes place in the archaeology labs at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

Europe, Middle East

Greek-Canadian Excavations at Argilos
June 26 - July 22, 2006
Excavations conducted by the University of Montreal and the Greek Ephoreia of Serres have uncovered extensive architectural remains, covering all periods of occupation. The city prospered for some 300 years and was destroyed by Philipp II in 357 B.C.||
Students participate to all aspects of the archaeological process assisted by trained professionals.
Information and application:

La Torre Roja. Caldes de Montbui-Sentmenat, Barcelona, Spain
Archaeological Fielschool Excavation 2006
1st fortnight: July 31- August 13
2nd fortnight: August 14-27
In this campaign we will continue excavating on the Iberian village (VI-I BC) and the medieval cementery (VII-XI AD). The course is open to archaeology students and other individuals interested. Previous knowledge or experience in archaeological digs is not required.
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