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Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:
- Britannia: The Archaeology of a Roman Imperial Province
Britain became part of the Roman Empire about two thousand years ago and many changes took place over the next four centuries of Roman rule. Archaeological evidence will help us uncover what life was like for people living in Britain during this period.
- Render unto Caesar: The Economy of the Roman Empire
The nature of the Roman economy is a subject that has been much debated and this course will examine how archaeological evidence and historical research is shedding new light on how it functioned.
- Researching Historic Visual Sources
This course will look at the range of material including maps, topographical views, architectural drawings, plans and early photographs available for British sites and provide practical guidance on how this material can be obtained, used and interpreted
- The Anthropology of Ritual and Religion
Shamans, sangomas, and high priests all hold important keys to our understanding of ritual practices and the use of magic in society. We investigate the cultural significance of the supernatural throughout human history, and the role it plays today.
- The Roman Army - How it worked and what it did in Britain
Unlike many provinces of the Roman Empire, Britain always remained partly under military control for the 350 years of Roman rule. We shall look at the army and its work using archaeology, inscriptions and ancient historical sources.
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