Giza 2015 Archaeological Field Training for Inspectors of the MSA Project

Archaeological training for Inspectors of the Ministry of State for Antiquities at the Heit el-Ghurab settlement in Giza, integrated into the AERA/AUC archaeological training programme for foreign students and AERA’s on-going excavations. Project Director: Mark Lehner

Training covers the principles and practice of excavation, site recording (written, drawn and photographic records), archiving and report writing, and an introduction to ceramics, archaeological illustration archeobotany, zooarchaeology and osteo-archaeology.

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Location: Giza, Egypt, Northern Africa, Africa Organiser(s): Ancient Egypt Research Associates (AERA) Project partner(s): American University in Cairo and Ministry of Antiquities Egypt Funder(s): American Research Center in Egypt - Antiquities Endowment Fund Grant Funding received: $49,995 Commencement Date: 01/2015 Project Status: Completed
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