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How to Organize an Archaeological Dig
If digging through dirt, sifting sand through screens and taking endless photographs of pottery shards sounds like high adventure to you, consider organizing an archaeological dig. You're more likely to find broken bits of artifacts than the lost ark,... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Challenging
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www.archaeological.org/fieldwork

Search the Globe for a Dig. ... workshops that discuss and present new technologies, and special events that focus on archaeology both locally and globally.

digs.bib-arch.org/digs

Dozens of archaeological digs throughout Europe and the Middle East are looking for volunteers this summer to help them excavate history. Whether you're  ...

digs.bib-arch.org

Find a Dig. Excavate ancient sites in Israel, Jordan. Volunteer at a dig. Brought to you by Biblical Archaeology Review magazine.

www.projects-abroad.org/volunteer-projects/archaeology

Volunteers of all ages can join the Archaeology project with Projects Abroad to dig for artifacts from ancient civilizations.

www.archaeology.co.uk/digs

In your complete guide to archaeological excavations around the country, there is no excuse not to join in: look through our list of digs, find one that suits you ...

www.nps.gov/archeology/public/archvol.htm

Mar 15, 2016 ... The Archaeological Institute of America's Archaeological Fieldwork ... a comprehensive listing of excavations and field schools throughout the ...

www.vergemagazine.com/volunteer-abroad/articles/1484-great-excavations-volunteering-on-archaeological-sites-worldwide.html

Apr 17, 2015 ... Archaeological excavations are either run by a university archaeology department or by a contract archaeological firm (whose job usually ...

www.travelchannel.com/interests/arts-and-culture/articles/archaeological-digs

Check out Travel Channel's picks for excavations worth exploring in North and South America.

www.pasthorizons.com/worldprojects

Past Horizons maintains an up to date searchable database of archaeology field schools and excavations from around world.