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Understanding of Medieval Landscapes & How They Were Managed
Date: w/c 9th July, 2017
From documentary sources and SHARP’s previous investigations of the medieval period, you will gain an insight into how the surrounding landscape was managed when the principal manors of Sedgeford were under the control of Norwich Cathedral Priory.
Through a series of interactive lectures and working alongside our archaeologists at either a medieval manor or waterside industrial site, by the end of the course, you will;
- Be able to recognise key features of the medieval and post-medieval landscape.
- Understand how the landscape was manipulated and managed by its’ owners.
- Have contributed, through project work, to the future direction of SHARP’s investigation of Medieval Sedgeford.
No prior archaeological experience or knowledge of the medieval period is required for you to join us, as our team will guide you through the practical skills needed and the historical background to medieval Sedgeford & beyond!
Full rate - £350 - includes course fee, all meals*, tent pitch, site facilities and supervision.
Concession rate - £290 - as above, but applicable to students and the unwaged.
Off-site charge - £240 - for those living locally or staying elsewhere, includes course fee, lunch, refreshments and supervision.
*Departures and arrivals are on Saturdays and the only food provided is the evening BBQ
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