What they say about the Archaeological Field School
"Engaging, exciting and very interesting, the process of excavation had me captivated
Poppy Grima, Undergraduate Student at John Cabot University
"If you want to be a part of history, to actually see and touch it, then the Alberese
Archaeological Field School is the place to be."
Acadia Gribble, Undergraduate student at John Cabot University
"An experience second to none – I will definitely apply for next year!"
Kate Whitehead, MA student at University College London
"The field school expanded my vision on art and artifacts, invaluable for my field
of Art History."
Gabrielle Westberg Åkerhielm, Undergraduate student at John Cabot University
"Challenging but completely amazing. I gained academic knowledge and confidence in
my analytical abilities."
Brianna Dalessandro, Undergraduate at Saint Mary's College, IN
"This new excavation is world class in both its methods and its finds; it's an exciting
opportunity to be part of rewriting the history of this region."
James Donaldson, Senior Museum Officer, RD Milns Antiquities Museum Master of Philosophy Candidate, University of Queensland
"Though I had no prior experience in archaeological excavation, I felt involved in
the whole excavation. From start to finish this was an incredible experience."
Andrew Mclean, Undergraduate student at the University of Edinburgh
"A world-class project and a fantastic experience. I was able to learn a host of skills
that will serve me well throughout my intended archaeological career."
Lee Eales, 3rd-year Undergraduate student in Classical and Historical Archaeology, University of Sheffield
"The atmosphere at the Alberese Archaeological Project provides a free and open, yet
rigorously academic, approach. It is unique in its own context."
Erik Walters, Assistant Professor of Classics and Religious studies at John Cabot University
"I have been working with the Alberese Archaeological project since 2010. There is
only one word to describe the project and the archaeological site: INCREDIBLE!!!!!"
Daniel Diez Merida, Student at the Complutense University of Madrid
"I participated in the Alberese Archaeological Field School in 2011 and 2012; being an archaeology student it was a great opportunity to learn more about practical fieldwork."
Rebekka Valcke, Archaeology student at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
"The Alberese Archaeological Field School is an ideal setting for a formative and
Edoardo Vanni, Ph.D. Student at the University of Foggia; Site Supervisor at the Roman Cabotage Port of Rusellae
"I fell in love with this project immediately. It is incredibly interesting from a
scholarly point of view: the perfect academic rigor, the efficient scientific management,
and the extraordinary quality of the sites all add new light on the archaeological
history of the area."
Elisa Rubegni, University of Siena