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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:
- Living in Neolithic Britain
New excavation and fresh assessments of evidence for settlements, trackways, communal monuments and tombs, and for farming, mining, pottery production and trade contribute to our understanding of life in the British Isles c. 4000 – 2500 BC.
- From Stone to Bronze: Britain in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age
This course considers 2500 years of dramatic social, technological and environmental change that occurred in the British Isles during the Neolithic and the Early Bronze Age.
- 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.
- Early Humans and the Origins of Art
This course explores the origins of art, culture, and modern humans. We start with our ancestors over 100 thousand years ago on the African savannah and end in Southern France with the magnificent painted caves of the last ice age.
- 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.
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