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  • When most people think of archaeology they have visions of digging large trenches on your hands and knees using a trowel. However, a considerable amount of research can be done using Landscape Archaeology.


    In this course there will be a mixture of classroom and practical sessions which will introduce numerous methods to investigate the landscape. It will look at the physical landscape of Sedgeford (and North West Norfolk), and how it was formed, as well as the human influences that have resulted in the settlement we see today. The topics such as the theory of landscape archaeology, interpreting maps, photos and historical records and field surveys will provide an understanding of humans influence on the landscape and vice versa.


    No prior experience is necessary, but please bear in mind that there will be outdoor sessions that will often require walking over uneven ground.

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