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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:
- Origins of Human Behaviour (Online)
What makes humans different from other primates? When did we become human? The course reviews the archaeological and fossil evidence for the development of human behaviour from six million years ago to the end of the last ice age.
- The Mary Rose
This course examines the Mary Rose, the ship which sank in 1545 and was raised in 1982, looking at the excavation and preservation of the ship, and the people on board. We will have an all-day trip to Portsmouth to see the Mary Rose.
- Entropy and the end of the Universe
An introduction to the concept of entropy and its consequences for the behaviour of black holes and the end of the universe. Open to all.
- 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.
- Wetland Archaeology of Prehistoric Britain
Wetland environments offer unique preservation of organic material. This course focuses on the archaeological evidence from trackways, lake villages, boats and bog bodies from the Mesolithic to the Iron Age in Britain, Ireland and Scandinavia.
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