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Neolithic Europe - 20 credits (HS2311)

A wide-ranging, thematic introduction to the archaeology of the Neolithic period in central and western Europe (excluding Britain and Ireland), with the principal focus on recurrent aspects of Neolithic existence, from dwelling to mortuary practice. Attention is also given to selected regional case studies, and to regional research traditions.

Staff: Alasdair Whittle
Teaching: 20 lectures; seminars
Assessment: 1 essay (50%) and 1 examination (50%)
Semester: Autumn and Spring