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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:
- 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.
- 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.
- William the Conqueror - a true Agamemnon, King of Men
This course will re-asses the importance of William the Conqueror to English and European history. Was he a lucky opportunist or a ‘true Agamemnon, king of men’. The impact of all aspects of the Norman Conqueror will be examined.
- Amazonian Anthropology
This course focuses on contemporary Amazonian societies, their cosmo-vision, lifestyles, political and ritual life with all their regional and ethnic particularities.
- Archaeology of the British Isles
This course will explore 12,000 years of human activity in Britain and Ireland. How did people come to live in these places and in what ways did they shape the land around them?
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