Apolline Project

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Application form


If you experience any problem sending the form or you do not hear back from us in a week, please send your data with an email at
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Please fill out the form:


  • please write your full first name (not just initials) and the surname

  • if any

  • if still studying

  • please specify

  • please specify the level

  • e.g. context identification, pottery analysis and drawing, drawing of contexts and structures, archaeological photography

  • e.g. stratigraphic analysis, lithofacies description, identification of depositional and eruptive units, detailed log drawing

  • if yes, please specify
  • Dig in Pollena Trocchia Labs: Roman Pottery in Pollena Trocchia Labs: Medieval Pottery in Pernosano Osteology Bootcamp in Pernosano
    By marking more than one option we will assume that you are applying for more than one class. If this is not the case, please specify it in the "Comments" textbox.
  • Pollena: Block 2 (June 15-28) Pollena: Block 8 (September 14-27) Pernosano: Pottery (June 29-July 12) Pernosano: Human Osteology (August 24-September 6)
    By marking more than one option we will assume that you are applying for more than one time slot. If this is not the case, please specify it in the "Comments" textbox.

  • Please provide the name and contact details of a relevant professor or other relevant professionale who can verify the details of your application.
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    To apply, please have two letters of recommendation sent by your referees to secretary@apollineproject.org by Monday, April 14.
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    If you have extensive experience in a particular field, you can apply for a position
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