Interpreting Archaeological Evidence
This course presents an introduction to the principles of interpreting archaeological evidence. Its aims are to teach students to criticize and evaluate published interpretations of archaeological data; to give students practical hands-on experience in interpreting archaeological evidence; and to teach students how to apply the fundamentals of data interpretation to new problems and to their own research (e.g. BA/BSc dissertations).
- Code: ARCL0037 (formerly ARCL2037)
- Course unit value: 0.5
- Coordinator: Katherine Wright
- Handbook: open»
For registered students
- Runs every year