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ARCHAEOLOGY [MAYA] FIELD SCHOOLS
You have seen it on TV and always dreamed of joining an archeology dig site. Who knows, maybe "you" could be the one to unearth that one specific object that changes everything.
What you probably never knew is that you can in fact sign on to a dig site as a volunteer. You have to make your way to the dig site and pay for accommodations and food but the pleasure of working is free.
Lay persons are not allowed to work on ruin sites in Mexico. If you are interested you will have to go to Belize or Guatemala.
Unfortunately most sources offering this kind of thing do not have up to date web sites so if you are interested we recommend you contact the person in charge of the project and ask for a schedule and costing.
LOCATIONS AND URLs
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BELIZE POSTCLASSIC PROJECT
Dr. Marilyn Masson
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD SCHOOL IN BELIZE, CENTRAL AMERICA
William J. (Skye) Wagner
Dr. Fred Valdez, Jr.
BELIZE VALLEY ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECONNAISSANCE PROJECT (BVAR)
Wm. Clay Poe