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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:
- Daily Life in Iron Age Britain
Life in Iron Age Britain was a complex pattern of work, leisure, ritual, conflict and social engagement. Iron Age people were much like modern Britons, as they attempted to improve their conditions, search for meaning in their lives and follow fashion.
- Greek Mythology (Online)
What are Greek myths? Who told them and why? How can we interpret them? Why are they still so powerful? How much history do they contain? This course will explore these fascinating tales from the past and attempt to make sense of them.
- Building Survey Week: Analysing and Recording Historic Buildings
This five-day practical course provides a general introduction to the understanding of historic buildings. It has a strong emphasis on practical, ‘portable’ skills and covers observation, investigation, analysis and recording of historic buildings.
- An Introduction to Architecture for Archaeologists
This course is a brief introduction to the development of English historic architecture and provides a simple ‘tool kit’ for archaeologists working on buildings or needing corroborating dating evidence to unravel more extensive sites or landscapes.
- Undergraduate Certificate in Archaeology
This two-year part-time course aims to demonstrate the development of archaeology as a subject and will then introduce how archaeologists work today.
Alternatively you can perform a keyword search on all our courses using the 'Find courses' box on this page.