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Timewalkers: early humans, stone tools and environmental change

Queen Mary University of London

Program description

Timewalkers: early humans, stone tools and environmental change

This module takes you on a journey through time to discover Britain’s Stone Age past. Using a mixture of classroom-based sessions, hands-on activities, museum visits and field excursions you will learn how archaeologists reconstruct past landscapes and understand the human populations that once inhabited these lost worlds. The module explores the first dispersals of humans across Europe; a remarkable story of survival in unfamiliar landscapes, where the challenges of changing climate, physical barriers and food and resource availability, tested human resilience to its limits. Located at the edge of this ice-age world, Britain uniquely documents these early inhabitants and their social, cultural and technological development.

Admission requirements

A minimum of two semesters university-level study

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Queen Mary University of London

Queen Mary University of London is one of the UK's leading research universities, committed to improving social justice and achieving the previously unthinkable. Starting life in 1887 as the People’s Palace, a Victorian philanthropic project, Queen Mary has always aimed...

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