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Archaeology B

Primarily for students taking BA and BSc Archaeology, joint and integrated Archaeology degrees and BSc Conservation of Objects in Museums & Archaeology.

Archaeology B is intended as a more practical introduction to Archaeology in conjunction with Archaeology A. The combination of dating, environment, surveying and practical study provides an understanding of the methods and techniques of modern Archaeology. This subject is primarily intended for Archaeology Honours and Joint Honours students and has limited numbers of places. No prior scientific knowledge is required. It involves both laboratory classes and fieldtrips to study monuments and landscapes.
There are no special A level requirements.
Archaeology B: HS2106, HS2116, HS2117 is intended for both Arts and Science students who are taking Archaeology A and is primarily for intending Honours students. It is not available on its own as a single Year One subject. HS2117 Great Discoveries is available as a freestanding module.
Timetable Group H.

HS2106 - Environmental and Economic Archaeology
HS2117 - Great Discoveries in Archaeology
HS2116 - Introduction to Archaeological Skills