Troia Field School


The Troia site is the world's largest archaeological site for the study of garum, or Roman fish sauce, which is made from sardines. It includes several miles of Roman factory establishment, including graves and worker housing as well as the production center. It is located in a spa within the beach resort community of Troia, Portugal, near Lisbon.

See a video of a past Troia Field School.

For information on how to apply for the Troia Field School, please contact Dr. David Soren.