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Resources for Fieldwork in Turkey


For other areas, see also Fieldwork Opportunities.


General resources on archaeological projects in Turkey


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Participating an archaeological project in Turkey

International Symposium of Excavations, Surveys and Archaeometry in Turkey is a huge gathering of archaeologists who work in Turkey. It usually meets in a major city in Turkey during the last weekend of May. By Turkish antiquities law, all excavations, surveys and other archaeological projects are required to report at this meeting. So it is always the best place to arrange for your prosective field project.

The permit applications for all archaeological projects are submitted to the Turkish Ministry of Culture at the end of December, and all projects need to have the list of their participants by then. Therefore if you are planning to join a team in the summer, make sure to be in touch with the director of the project way before December.


Research Permit Applications

If, as a graduate student, you need to apply for a research permit,for working at any of the Turkish museums, you will need apply to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, General Directorate for Cultural Heritage and Museums individually. The approval for such research actually comes from each local museum itself. Therefore, going and meeting the museum employees prior to your permit application will help tremendously. Here is ARIT's page on Recommended procedures for requesting a permit to carry out research in Turkey.


Financial support for fieldwork


Map of some of the current archaeological projects in Turkey

Click Document Iconhere for a larger map (Source: AJA 107 (2003) 72: fig. 1)
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