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A unique focus on the archaeology of literate societies, with an emphasis on the classical and medieval worlds. The course provides you with experience in European historical archaeology and develops your ability to integrate textual, artefactual and scientific evidence. Core modules Death and Commemoration from Antiquity to the Modern World Literacy and Textual Analysis Method and Theory in Historical Archaeology I Method and Theory in Historical Archaeology II either From the Age of Migrations to the Age of Discovery or Greeks, Romans and ?Others? in the Ancient World Dissertation in European Historical Archaeology. Optional modules Choose three from a range including: Archaeological Practice Archaeology and Texts in the Aegean Biological Anthropology Death and Burial in Anglo-Saxon and Medieval England Historical Archaeology of the Modern World AD 1700?2000 Landscapes in Contemporary Perspective Mediterranean Landscapes Method and Theory in Archaeobotany Method and Theory in Archaeozoology Roman Italy and its Hinterland The Archaeology and History of the British Isles, AD 400?1000 The Archaeology of Classical Athens.

A unique focus on the archaeology of literate societies, with an emphasis on the classical and medieval worlds. The course provides you with experience in European historical archaeology and develops your ability to integrate textual, artefactual and scientific evidence. Core modules Death and Commemoration from Antiquity to the Modern World Literacy and Textual Analysis Method and Theory in...

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