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Iron Age Britain - 20 credits (HS2306)

The Iron Age sees the transformation of the archaeological record and the eventual emergence of Britain in the historical record. This double module is designed to provide students with a detailed understanding of the archaeology of the British Iron Age focusing particularly on the nature and causes of changes in the technology, settlements and monuments of the later first millennium BCE. It sets out the evidence for Britain as it begins to come into contact with the expanding Roman Empire.

Staff: Niall Sharples
Teaching: 20 lectures; 1 field trip; 3 seminars
Assessment: 1 essay (50%) and 1 examination (50%)
Semester: Autumn