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 040: Digging remains in two maritime cities of the Roman Empire: Sanisera (Menorca, Spain) and Siculi (Split, Croatia)

What you will learn ?

Siculi SiteIn the Fieldwork

  • How to dig and which archaeological techniques are used.

  • Use and handling of the tools that are used during the excavation process.

  • Basic principles of stratigraphy.

  • Recording the data obtained during the excavation using the Harris Method.

  • Practice on the recognition of archaeological materials and Roman finds on the site.

In the laboratory

  • Study and typological classification of archaeological objects of Roman archaeology:ceramics, numismatics, faunal remains, metals and glass.

  • Relative dating based on the classification of archaeological objects discovered in the stratigraphic sequence.

SplitTheory

  • Relative dating based on the classification of archaeological objects discovered in the stratigraphic sequence.

  • Introduction to the History of the Sanisera and the Siculi sites.

  • The background of Roman funerary rituals.

  • Minorcan archaeology before the Roman conquest of the Balearic Islands.

  • "Kastela bay in classical period – Ager Salonitanus".





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