If you feel that a long work of research, surveying, excavation, recovery and documentation is exciting… this course is for you!
Born from the collaboration between ISDA and the Superintendence of the Sea, in four theory modules and four exercises you will receive an introduction to the techniques used on underwater archaeological excavations, including: surveying, sampling, griding, use of the sorbone, recovery and initial treatment of the finds.
ISDA partecipate in several archaeological projects and organizes SUMMER CAMPS: immersive experiences of study, work, discover with ISDA Instructors and Archeology experts.
Underwater archeology is a recent discipline but we can already visit hundred of archaeological underwater sites around the world – especially in the Mediterranean Sea. And many more are yet to be discovered.
Columns, amphorae, mosaics, remains of ancient ships, statues…
With ISDA courses you can not only visit and appreciate these wonders, but participate in real excavations.
Archeological Diver Specialty Course: learn to recognize and appreciate ancient finds; know what recovery and conservation techniques are.
Underwater Archeology Summer Camp: trained (often on real archaeological sites) in the use of underwater archeology tools; talk to real archaeologists and experts; access industry insights.
Archeology OSS: become an underwater archeology professional.
- Open Water Diver certification
- at least 25 logged dives
This course is available on ISDA e-Learning.
You can access:
- downloading ISDA e-learning APP
- via browser, at www.isdaelearning.com
Your Instructor will give you the code to access your studying materials: manual, review quizzes, videos and insights (if part of the course).
During the course you will learn the techniques used on underwater archaeological excavations, including:
USE OF THE SORBONE
RECOVERY AND FIRST CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF THE FINDS
All accompanied by graphic and photographic documentation.
- Did you enjoy your specialty course?
- Participate in one of our SUMMER CAMPS !