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On this course, students will gain an insight into daily life, burial practices, landscapes and ritual in Iron Age Britain. Students will be introduced to key sites and new interpretations of the Iron Age, as well as acquiring knowledge about prehistoric archaeology and its methods of interpretation. We will also examine what happened when the Romans arrived with their new ideas about religion and the gods. Did the Britons accept conquest lying down or did they resist?

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Course dates

27 Feb 2017 to 16 Apr 2017

Course duration

7 week(s)
This course is completed entirely online.

Course fee

£240

Venue

Online

Qualifications / Credits

Non-accredited

Course code

1617NOE023