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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:
- Conserving and Enhancing Historic Designed Landscapes
This course looks at impacts of developments on the significance of historic designed landscapes – both registered sites and sites of local significance - and how to define substantial harm to sites and their settings and views.
- War and Law in the Viking Age
This course takes a close look at the period of Viking settlement in north-west Europe, and at the strategies that the Anglo-Saxon, Irish and Frankish rulers employed to deal with the incoming invaders.
- 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!
- Undergraduate Diploma in British Archaeology
If you have already begun a study of archaeology or you are an active member of a local society, this course will further your understanding of different chronological periods in British Archaeology and of current archaeological skills and techniques.
- MSc in Applied Landscape Archaeology
This two year part-time MSc course is concerned with understanding human impacts on past landscapes through the theory and methods of landscape archaeology. the course is intended for those with a degree or diploma in archaeology or a related subject.
Alternatively you can perform a keyword search on all our courses using the 'Find courses' box on this page.