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Sorry, this course is not currently available on the website. The usual reason for this to happen is that the course is either no longer running or has already run. If you believe this to be incorrect please contact us using our enquiry form.

Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:

  • Understanding Archaeological Human Remains
    Human remains and preserved bodies are among the most fascinating of archaeological finds. This course will outline, through a series of case studies, the complex and diverse range of archaeological human remains from around the world.
  • Rus in Urbe: Architecture and Gentility in the English town, 1800-1850
    This course will look at the phenomenon of the expanding British town in the first half of the nineteenth century, the economic and cultural forces at play, and the corresponding evolution of architectural style in the new suburbs.
  • Archaeology of Celtic Britain and Ireland, AD 400-1200
    This course will consider major themes in the archaeology of 'Celtic' Britain and Ireland from the end of the Roman era to the coming of the Normans, including settlement patterns, artefact analysis and study of the monuments in the landscape.
  • The English Castle: From the Normans to the Tudors
    The castle is the most potent symbol of Medieval England. This course will trace the development of the the castle from its origins as a Norman colonial fortification to the grand palace/castles of the Tudors
  • From Viking Camps to Saxon Assemblies:
    This weekend conference considers the sites and settlements of medieval Europe that were used for brief or recurrent episodes, such as military camps, assembly sites, markets and fairs, sites associated with transhumance and temporary refuges

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