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Alexander the Great

Oxford | Weekly Classes course starting on Wed, 01 Oct 2014
The extraordinary and well-documented narrative of Alexander's career retains an enduring fascination. His remarkable conquests represent a defining moment in world history, and made possible the wonderful achievements of the Hellenistic Age.

Ancient Egypt: The Formative Years

Reading | Weekly Classes course starting on Mon, 06 Oct 2014
This introduces the history, mortuary architecture and material culture of Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt. This fascinating period marks the transition from a prehistoric culture to the emergence of the ancient Egyptian civilization.

Ancient Greek: Term 9

Maidenhead | Weekly Classes course starting on Wed, 07 Jan 2015
The course will present light-hearted yet rigorous adventures in the Greek language for students moving to an advanced level. Some previous knowledge is necessary (e.g. rusty O or A Level, or degree).

MSc in Applied Landscape Archaeology

Oxford | Oxford Qualification - Part-time course starting on Sat, 11 Oct 2014
This two year part-time MSc course is concerned with understanding human impacts on past landscapes through the theory and methods of landscape archaeology. the course is intended for those with a degree or diploma in archaeology or a related subject.

DPhil in Archaeology

Oxford | Oxford Qualification - Part-time course starting on Wed, 01 Oct 2014
It is possible to study for a doctorate by part-time research in Archaeology. Students studying for the DPhil part-time normally study between 4 and 6 years. This compares with a full-time DPhil which normally takes 3-4 years to complete.

Undergraduate Certificate in Archaeology

Oxford | Oxford Qualification - Part-time course starting on Mon, 06 Oct 2014
This two-year part-time course aims to demonstrate the development of archaeology as a subject and will then introduce how archaeologists work today.

Archaeology and Ethics

Oxford | Oxford University Summer School for Adults | Summer Schools course starting on Sat, 26 Jul 2014
The course considers the exciting and provocative topic of Archaeology and Ethics. We take into account a range of themes including contestation, ownership, heritage and identity. It includes field trips, discussion and debate.

Archaeology in Practice

Oxford | Weekly Classes course starting on Thu, 02 Oct 2014
How do archaeologists recognise and interpret the lives of past peoples and their societies? An introduction to the methods and techniques of archaeological enquiry, from initial site survey and excavation to scientific analysis.

Archaeology in Practice (Online)

Online course starting on Mon, 15 Sep 2014
How do archaeologists recognise and interpret the lives of past peoples and their societies? An introduction to the methods and techniques of archaeological enquiry, from initial site survey and excavation to scientific analysis.

Archaeology of Celtic Britain and Ireland, AD 400-1200

Reading | Weekly Classes course starting on Tue, 30 Sep 2014
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.

Archaeology of Death

Oxford | Weekly Classes course starting on Tue, 14 Apr 2015
This course will address major themes in the archaeology of death and burial in Britain from prehistoric to medieval times, including material culture assessment and more recent theoretical and scientific approaches to the study.

The Archaeology of Myths and Religion in Ancient Greece

Oxford | Weekly Classes course starting on Thu, 16 Apr 2015
Hercules, the Minotaur and Troy were more than stories. They formed part of Ancient Greek religion. Join us to explore the best-known Greek myths through their archaeology in this visually rich course, which includes a session in the Ashmolean Museum.

Archaeology of the Bible Lands (Online)

Online course starting on Wed, 24 Sep 2014
This course introduces students to the discovery of the ancient southern Levant, first by biblical scholars and later, as their discipline developed, by archaeologists.

The Black Death: Crises and Consequences

Newbury | Day and Weekend course starting on Sat, 16 May 2015
The Black Death (1348/9) originated in the Far East and spread rapidly to Europe, where it killed between one third and one half of the population. In this course we will examine the immediate and long term consequences of the pestilence.

Britannia: The Archaeology of a Roman Imperial Province

Oxford | Oxford University Summer School for Adults | Summer Schools course starting on Sat, 12 Jul 2014
Britain became part of the Roman Empire about two thousand years ago and many changes took place over the next four centuries of Roman rule. Archaeological evidence will help us uncover what life was like for people living in Britain during this period.

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