Unique course which provides training in the theory and practice of archaeological scientific methods to investigate the past
- Fieldwork opportunities in the UK or abroad
- Gain insight into the nuts and bolts of scientific approaches, their contexts of application, their strengths and limitations
- Learn how to interpret and critique datasets using both published datasets and those you will produce yourself over the course of your studies
- Exeter is unique in its setting, surrounded by some of the country’s richest archaeological sites. We also have outstanding on-site facilities for practical work and research, including a variety of laboratories, and an extensive reference collection.
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