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- Social Anthropology: an introduction (Online)
Social anthropology is the study of how man gives meaning to the world through different social norms, values, practices and means of organisation. This course provides an exciting and dynamic introduction to the world of social anthropology.
- Palaeolithic Technologies
The Palaeolithic was not just an age of stone. This course explores the wide range of technologies developed by the various human species of this period, from the earliest stone and bone tools to the more complex technological realm of modern humans.
- Religion, Magic and Medicine in Antiquity
Discover how magic was an essential aspect of life in the ancient world through a variety of sources ranging from curse tablets and magic handbooks to folktales and literary classics. Even the word 'magic' is more elusive than you had ever realized!
- Vikings: Raiders, Traders and Settlers (Online)
Ravagers, despoilers, pagans, the Vikings are often regarded as bloodthirsty pirates. Yet they were also traders, settlers and farmers with a thriving artistic culture and legal systems. Using archaeology we examine the varied aspects of the Viking world
- Reading Latin Texts
This language course will help you read ancient texts in the original Latin, using the commentary and apparatus of a standard edition. Both prose and verse works will be studied: the set texts are Catullus poems, esp. LXIII, LXIV and Livy, Book I (30-60).
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