Digs

The BAS Dig Scholarship program has been postponed for the 2021 season. Although there are some dig opportunities for this summer, we have decided to wait for 2022 to reinstate our scholarship program. Please check with any digs where you may be planning to work to make sure they are still able to carry through their planned operations.

 

Participating on an archaeological excavation is a unique and exciting way to experience history firsthand. For almost four decades, BAS has been connecting volunteers with the opportunity to participate in some of the most exciting archaeological excavations in the Near East. A wide variety of people take part in our featured digs, and individuals of many different ages, backgrounds, and cultures have come together to share the thrill of discovery.

Frequently, participants return with much more than just wonderful memories. Many of our volunteers have forged lifelong friendships—some have even met their future spouses while in the field!

Dozens of archaeological digs throughout the Holy Land  look for volunteers to help them excavate history. Whether you’re interested in the worlds of Kings David and Solomon, want to walk in the footsteps of Jesus and the apostles, or work in an ancient Phoenician city, we’ve got an archaeological dig for you. For each dig, we provide an in-depth description including location, historical and biblical significance, and what the goals are for the season. You can also learn all about the dig directors and professors who will lead your summer adventure.

Please note that the Biblical Archaeology Society is not affiliated with any excavation. For questions concerning a particular excavation, please use the contact information provided for each dig.

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