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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:
- Roman Italy
This course provides an overview of the development of Roman culture from the end of the Bronze Age to the Byzantine reconquest. Italy was a melting pot of different cultures and this course shows how they were fused together under the Roman Empire
- 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
- Pharoahs, Temples, Tombs and Texts: The History and Culture of Ancient Egypt
This course will trace the emergence of dynastic Egypt, study the development and construction of the iconic Giza pyramids, journey through the cultural peak of the Middle Kingdom and on to the Egypt of Tutankhamun and Ramesses II in the New Kingdom.
- Prehistoric Art
This course will look at art from an archaeological viewpoint, from 40,000 BC to the Roman period. We will include detailed examination of pieces of art, asking what they can tell us about the artists, why it was produced and how the images were made.
- Walking the Past
There are archaeological sites all around us, such as hillforts and stone circles, Roman towns, ancient fields and roads. On this course we will venture out and look at the archaeological landscape. Considerable walking will be involved
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