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Archaeology A

Only available to BA students and compulsory for BA and BSc Archaeology; students taking the BSc Conservation of Objects in Museums & Archaeology select certain modules.

The Archaeology A modules are intended as a general introduction to the study of Archaeology from the earliest period of human origins through to the medieval period. Archaeology A is a popular first year subject. No prior knowledge is assumed and most students will not have studied Archaeology before. Special combinations of Year One modules are available for students enrolled on integrated degrees in History and Archaeology. If you are interested in taking Archaeology as an additional subject and wish to discuss it before enrolment contact the School of History, Archaeology and Religion (tel: 20874470).
There are no special requirements. This is an introduction to Archaeology suitable for those with no prior experience.
Archaeology A: HS2123 and HS2124.
Intended for both Arts and Science students.
Timetable Group F.

HS2123 - The Archaeology of Mediterranean Societies: Egypt, Greece and Rome
HS2124 - Deep Histories: The Archaeology of Britain