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Examines the traditional strengths of experimental archaeology ? such as reconstructing craft practices and testing buildings reconstructions ? and questions the assumptions that underpin such studies. There?s a strong emphasis on developing your skills in practice as well as in theory. Core modules Archaeology and Ethnography of Production and Consumption Experimental Archaeology Introduction to Material Culture Studies Reconstructing Ancient Technologies: Ceramics Reconstructing Ancient Technologies: Metals Reconstructing Ancient Technologies: Vitreous Materials Dissertation in Experimental Archaeology. Optional modules Choose two from a range including: Current Issues in Aegean Prehistory Europe 8000?800 BC From the Age of Migrations to the Age of Discovery Mineralogy and Petrography of Inorganic Archaeological Materials Palaeolithic Art Roman Italy and its Hinterland The Archaeology and History of the British Isles AD 400?1000 The Archaeology of Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain The Archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean, 14th-7th centuries BC Viking-Age Europe.

Examines the traditional strengths of experimental archaeology ? such as reconstructing craft practices and testing buildings reconstructions ? and questions the assumptions that underpin such studies. There?s a strong emphasis on developing your skills in practice as well as in theory. Core modules Archaeology and Ethnography of Production and Consumption Experimental Archaeology Introduction to...

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