Vaccination Certificate · Face Masks · Hand Sanitiser · Thermometer · Pens & Pencils
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination, required. Enough N95 face masks to last full length of stay. (Minimum two layer. Neck gaiters, buffs or bandanners are not acceptable. Face shields or masks with exhalation valves are permitted. Assume limited to no laundry access when deciding how many to bring). Hand sanitiser for personal use (at least 60% ethyl alcohol). Personal thermometer for daily health checks. Personal toiletries, please do not share personal care products with others. Pens and pencils for daily use.
Air tickets · Train tickets · Insurance · Maps, directions & phone numbers · Appropriate imunisations and medications · Euros
Please be aware that travel insurance is your responsibility and is a requirement. Please also note that your Tetanus inoculation must be up to date.
You'll need work gear and regular daywear.
In Italy an archaeological site is considered a construction zone and so the same safety regulations apply.
That means steel toed boots, long trousers and common sense at all times while on the site.
We'll advise you of other safety regulations during our orientation session on day one.
Functional shirt / T-shirt - You'll be using a shovel or swinging a pick-axe, you'll want some give & stretch
Work trousers (trade or cargo - padded knees are very useful)
Steel toe work boots (essential - required by law)
Light waterproof jacket
Hat or Bandana
Socks and underwear
Swim wear - they call this area the Italian Carribean
Sweater or Pullover (for evenings)
Sun Block · After Sun Lotion · Hand-wash or wipes · First Aid kit (basic) · Personal Medications (prescription meds) · Insect repellant · Standard toiletries kit
I never travel with out a basic first aid kit. Whether its part of your toiletries pack or a separate medical kit, it doesn't matter. But you should carry some basic self-adhesive dressings, antiseptic, analgesics, insect repellant, sting relief and of course any prescription medications required.
4" pointing trowel (essential) · Gloves (trade or garden but never fingerless) · Sun hat (advised) · Water bottle · Day pack - back pack
Some things you'll need in the field. Archeodig will supply tools and equipment for your dig experience. But some things are just better when they're your own. Like gloves, gloves are so much better when you know only your sweaty hands have been in 'em. The archaeologists trowel can also be a very personal thing.
CAMERA · Torch and spare batteries · MP3 player, book, or other entertainment device (for down time only) · All relevent batteries & chargers · Vegemite