Archaeology uses the structures and relics of past civilizations to learn more about their history and culture. Among the items studied are tools, religious artifacts, artwork and physical remains. A specific focus of study will normally be chosen, such as a geographic area, type of society or time period.
Course in Archaeology in North America
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Sorte Muld, meaning black soil, is located in the Island of Bornholm, Denmark, and has been referred to as “the field of gold” by medieval scholars because of its findings sin ... +
This program provides a practical introduction to the role of crafts, technologies, and construction techniques in Ireland throughout time.
Here you will learn skills that can be applied to a career in curation, museums, collections, archives, and of course, field archaeology, all while doing detective work to sol ... +