Day of Archaeology 2011

Swash Channel WreckThe Day of Archaeology 2011 is an online project that will allow archaeologists working all over the world to document what they do on one day, July 29th 2011.  This date coincides with the Festival of British Archaeology, which runs from 16th – 31st July 2011.

Archaeologists taking part in the project will document their day through photographs, videos and written blog posts. These will then be collected on this website, which will provide a glimpse into a day in the life of people working in archaeology, from archaeological excavations to laboratories, universities, community archaeology groups, education services, museums and offices.

This project is open to everyone working or volunteering in any aspect of archaeology from anywhere in the world – and even those who have defected!

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8 thoughts on “Day of Archaeology 2011

  1. Janita Drew says:

    Would love to be involved-have noted this in my diary!

  2. Lance Taylor says:

    I would like to be apart of this event.

  3. Simone82 says:

    My blog and my forum is at “Day of Archaeology” ‘s service. 🙂

  4. I’ll be involved, may be onsite on Jura doing surveying for my Meso/Neo transitions project 🙂

    Bring it one!

  5. I’m defected by archaeology and very much interested in the Hittites, Phrygians and Urartians. I would like to participate on this project. 29th of July is a great day !

    Thank you

    Iffet Ozgonul from Istanbul, Turkey

  6. What a great idea, I’d like to be involved!

  7. Carmen says:

    Hi! I’m an archeologist student from Seville (Spain), I would like to participate on this project too, it’s a wonderful idea!

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