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- Britain and the Euoprean Union: Past, present and uncertain future?
Ever since Britain's admission to the EEC in 1973, its relationship with the EEC/EU has never been far from the centre of British political debate.
- 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
- Introduction to Archaeology
What is Archaeology? How do we do it? Why do we do it? This course provides an introduction to the theories, methods and practice of archaeology. It examines both the practical aspects of fieldwork and the theories and ethics that guide archaeology.
- Palaeolithic Technologies
The Palaeolithic was not just an age of stone. This course explores the wide range of technologies developed by the various human species of this period, from the earliest stone and bone tools to the more complex technological realm of modern humans.
- Daily Life in Iron Age Britain
Life in Iron Age Britain was a complex pattern of work, leisure, ritual, conflict and social engagement. Iron Age people were much like modern Britons, as they attempted to improve their conditions, search for meaning in their lives and follow fashion.
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