France – 2014 Archaeological Medieval Dig Available To International Participants
France – Archaeological medieval dig being offered to international participants in
Summer of 2014 at the Castle of Leymonie in Issac, France.
Help us save this Castle!
The Leymonie Archaeological Project, a French Non-Profit Organization, announces a 2014 dig open to participants this Summer. The ancient 12th century
castle holds many secrets that are waiting to be unearthed including that it may be built atop a Gallo-Roman site. Mysteries and legends surround this site and you can be a part of the first individuals to discover and bring to the surface, artifacts and
other revelations for the first time since they were originally buried centuries ago. For more, you are encouraged to visit
www.chateaudeleymonie.org and click on “Archaeological Excursions.” Great weekend site-seeing packages are included in this project package. You can click on
http://www.digfrance.org/excursions.htm to read more on the exciting weekend ventures that are included in this dig-project.
All participants receive a certificate upon completion, awarding 80 hours of archaeological certification through the Leymonie Archaeological Project. You can visit
Dig France at www.digfrance.org for more. Proceeds help go to the restoration of the castle.
Please pass this along to someone else who might be interested! Thank you!
Enjoy Wine, Food, Art, and over 2000 years of History!
Reservations and bookings are now being accepted on a first-come, first serve basis. The mysteries of the 12th century Castle of Leymonie await you in 2014!