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The Archaeology of the Catuvellauni  


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Course Summary

Code: SZH2BA45  

Starting: Wednesday 05 January 2022 

Duration: 6 sessions over 6 week(s)

Start Time: 14:00 

Location: Virtual Classroom - Zoom  

Cost: F=£54.50; R=£19.85  

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The Catuvellauni were a late Iron Age tribe whose territory included present day Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire. This course looks at the archaeological evidence of this tribe from its origin in the late Iron Age and on into the Roman period. It looks at the tribal territory, the establishment of its tribal and later regional centre at St Albans, urban and rural settlement, communications, religion, industry and the economy. With reference to Northamptonshire, the course examines the organisation of the region in the Roman period and considers the archaeological evidence from some of the many sites within the county and in the bordering counties.  


Time and duration

Start Date: 05 January 2022
Start Time: 14:00
Day: Wednesday Afternoon
Session Duration: 01:30
Number of Sessions: 6


Virtual Classroom - Zoom  
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