|"I'm studying. Not looking work or col·laboration"|
|University||University of Dundee|
|Department||University of Dundee|
|Biography||I am a third year forensic anthropology (BSc, Hons) student studying in Dundee. I am originally from Glasgow, Scotland. After My undergraduate I am looking to continue studying Forensic Anthropology and then look for opportunities in a similar field.|
|I have experience in this areas|
|Faunal remains||Art & Museums|
|My experience in Sanisera|
|Course/s||Digging anthropology in the Sanisera Necropolis|
|My Opinion||Archaeological theory included lectures on field methodology, laboratory, restoration, and a general introduction to Roman Archaeology. The amount of time dedicated to theory and historical field excursions was 20 hours. Excavation work follows the Harris Matrix and basic techniques in physical anthropology, as taught in the lectures. The archaeological excavation took place in the Necropolis of the Roman city of Sanisera in Menorca, Spain. The fieldwork focused on funerary structures, specifically inhumation graves. The amount of time dedicated to field work was 60 hours. Laboratory work consisted of cleaning, classifying and labeling and of the archaeological material found during the excavation. The amount of time dedicated to laboratory work was 28 hours.|
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