HARP will be running an Introduction to Archaeology course based near Paphos, Cyprus in Spring 2013. The course will take place in the idyllic village of Lemba, located approximately 6km from the historic centre of Paphos. The village has a rich and varied history and has beautiful views west over the Mediterranean, the perfect place to enjoy a sunset!
The course will run over 2 weeks from Mon 1st to Fri 12th April and aims to provide an introduction to archaeology as a whole, using Cyprus as a case study. It is a great opportunity for those who are starting out in the subject and looking to gain some practical experience, as well as those who have an interest in the area. All experience levels are catered for. The course will include:
Every participant will receive a course book to build and develop their skills over the course of the field school. Breakfast and lunch will be provided on work days and we'll wind up the course with a traditional BBQ on the Friday evening.
Camping accommodation will be provided, please click here for more details (other accommodation can be arranged on request).
'Lemba Prehistoric Village'
Costs will cover all course fees and accommodation, including transport on all site visits and breakfast and lunch on work days:
Airport transfers can be arranged if required
A 50% deposit is required on acceptance to secure your place. Balance to be paid in full by 28th February 2013
For more information on course details and for an application form, please contact us