CUA Black Sea Shipwrecks Research Programs (BSSRP), National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv
FIELD SCHOOL / TRAINING 2007

- Team Dates | Course objectives | Application Process | Requirements | Location | Accommodation | Food | Equipment | Health&Safety -

Underwater Archaeology
Research
RESARCH PROGRAMS AT CUA

| Research Area -

| Sudak Fortress History -

| Pisa Ship -

| Other Wrecks -

| Recommended Reading -

| Report 2006 -

| Team 2006 -

| Archive 2005 -

Archaeological Finds
ARCHAEOLOGICAL FINDS

| Ancient Amphorae -

| Amphorae 6-7th cent. AD -

| Amphorae 9-11th cent. AD -

| Amphorae 12-14th cent. AD -

| Glazed Pottery -

| Kitchen Pottery -

| Metal Artefacts & Coins-

| Glass -

| Wood and Wooden Artefacts -

 
Location (Map)

The field school is located in Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine. From Simferopol it takes approximately two hours to reach Sudak and from there it takes a further thirty to forty minutes by car or van to the accommodation area/diving camp. The team will be traveling from the accommodation to the excavation site by car and/or van. The way from the camp to the excavation site takes about 20 min by car along a winding mountain road. The plan below shows a more detailed map of the region.

map of Sudak Bay
Map of the Sudak Area. The Crimea
the Crimean Peninsula
Map of the Crimean Peninsula.
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