Bioarchaeological Study at Amarna Egypt

Jerry RoseThe Bioarchaeological Study at Amarna Egypt course is an intensive off-campus opportunity for students to learn archaeology while earning undergraduate or graduate credit.  Students will receive training in all aspects of archaeological fieldwork including site mapping with total station, archaeological excavation and recording techniques, soil description, and preliminary artifact processing in the laboratory. The bioarchaeological study is offered through University of Arkansas’s Division of Continuing Education during summer 5 term as ANTH 4256 (6 hours undergraduate or graduate credit) or ANTH 561V (6 hours graduate credit).