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Sorry, this course is not currently available on the website. The usual reason for this to happen is that the course is either no longer running or has already run. If you believe this to be incorrect please contact us using our enquiry form.

Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:

  • Wheels and Ways: The Archaeology of Transport
    What is the evidence for transport in the past? This course looks at archaeological evidence for transport (foot, roads, wheels and boats) throughout prehistory and the Roman period. We will visit Dover on a field trip
  • The Neanderthals
    Who were the Neanderthals? What were they really like? To what extent did they interact with our own species, and why did they go extinct? This course will explore the world of the Neanderthals: their evolution, behaviour, technology and cognition.
  • The Mick Aston Landscapes of Monasticism Lecture
    OUDCE is sponsoring an annual lecture on landscape archaeology in memory of Mick Aston, who died in 2013. Mick was tutor in local studies in the Department for Continuing Education before moving to Bristol University as Staff Tutor in Archaeology.
  • Palaeolithic Archaeology: Current Scientific Investigations
    Our current understanding of the Palaeolithic period would be not be possible without considerable input from many different sciences. This day school explores some of them, including zooarchaeology, radiometric dating methods, and genetics.
  • Exploring Roman Britain (Online)
    Britain was part of the Roman empire from AD 43 for about 400 years. The impact of this is still evident in the landscape, but what was life like in Roman Britain? This course explores the effects of Roman rule on communities around the country.

Alternatively you can perform a keyword search on all our courses using the 'Find courses' box on this page.

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