Current Digs

Israel

Abel Beth Maacah
Apollonia-Arsuf
Ashdod-Yam
Azekah
Bethsaida
‘Einot Amitai
Ein el-Jarba
Hippos-Sussita
Jaffa
Jezreel
Khirbet el-Eika
Khirbet el-Maqatir
Khirbet el-Mastarah
Kiriath-jearim
Kursi Beach
Legio
Manot Cave
Mt. Zion
Shikhin/Asochis
Tel Akko
The Tel Bet Yerah Archaeological Project
Tel Beth Shemesh
Tel Burna
Tel Dan
Tel Dor
Tel Eton
Tel Gezer
Tel Gezer Water System
Tel Hazor
Tel Kabri
Tel Lachish
Tel Megiddo
Tel Shiloh
Tel Shimron
Tel Tsaf
Tell es-Safi/Gath
Tell Halif
Tell Keisan
Temple Mount
Tiberias
Timna

Jordan

Abila of the Decapolis
Khirbat al-Jariya
Khirbat Ataruz
Khirbat Iskandar
Petra Garden and Pool Project
Tall el-Hammam
Tall Jalul

Egypt

City Of The Dead
The Fayum Field School

Turkey

Antiochia ad Cragum

Cyprus

Idalion

Italy

Archaeology of Lower Valley Bussento Project
Campobello di Licata & Naro
Monte Testaccio
Ostia Antica
The Pran’e Siddi Landscape Project
Underwater Portus Iulius
Villa Vignacce

Spain

Barcelona
Cova Gran Archeological Project
Pintia
Pollentia
Récopolis
Sanisera
Son Peretó
Son Real
Zorita


Find a Dig

Participating on an archaeological excavation is a unique and exciting way to experience history firsthand. For almost two 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 Europe and the Middle East are looking for volunteers this summer 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 search for the heroes of the Trojan War, 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.

Submit a Dig

Dig directors, we welcome your submission to include your project in the Find a Dig section of our Web site. Inform our Web readers about your excavation and attract quality volunteers! Please click here to submit your project information and photos by September 2, 2016.

Submit Your Dig