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ANT 164: Special Topics

This class is no longer offered as of Fall 2017.

This course will examine the methods and theory utilized by archaeologists to understand the prehistory of England, Scotland, and Wales and will survey the key events that have contributed to the formation of the modern cultures that make up Great Britain. Topics for the course will include the basic methods employed by archaeologists to reconstruct the past, the emergence of agriculture and stratified societies during the Neolithic and Bronze Age, and Iron Age societies in Britain prior to the occupation by Rome in 55 B.C. Classroom lectures during the first week of the course will be supplemented by visits to prehistoric sites and museums in England, Scotland, and Wales and participation as volunteers at the Vindolanda Archaeological Trust excavation at Hadrian's Wall on the Scottish Border.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6

Credits
3
Lecture Hours
15
Clinical Hours
0
Lab Hours
60
Other Hours
0
Total Hours
75

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