Landscape Archaeology Masterclass with Stewart Ainsworth at Epiacum – June 2019

SORRY THIS MASTERCLASS IS FULL –

but if you want to go on the waiting list for the next one…

 

 

Fancy a whole weekend learning Landscape Archaeology with a professional archaeologists Professor Stewart Ainsworth from the Time Team TV programme and Al Oswald from York University’s Archaeology Department?

Well you can.

Stewart Ainsworth and Al Oswald

We are running a small group masterclass at Epiacum over the weekend of 14th – 16th June 2019

You will quickly learn to distinguish archaeological features in the landscape that others miss, and how the landscape can quickly start to tell you a story about what has happened in that landscape.

 

 

“What an amazing experience. Stewart and Al were a mine of information and we quickly started to decode things I couldn’t even see before. Before the course, these were just fields. Now they are full of structures, artefacts and history. To think we found a village from over 2000 years ago!”

 

The masterclass is aimed at beginners and no previous experience is required. In fact the only things you will need is a stout pair of walking boots, waterproofs (this is the Northern Pennines in England), some enthusiasm and one or two small items (don’t worry we will give you full instructions).

 

 

What a fantastic weekend. Brilliant organisation by Stewart, Al and the Epiacum team. The structure of the tasks really helped to bring life to the continuity of occupation. I really enjoyed the great team spirit and camaraderie. see you next time!”  (September 2018)

 

BUT

There are only  5  3 2 Last places left

There is only one place left available on this unique workshop

FULL

Price includes all tuition, lunches, and dinner / lecture with Stewart and Al on the first night.

We will help you get accommodation locally.

Got a question? No problem contact us here 

 

Many individuals and organisations are involved with the management of Epiacum. We would particularly like to thank the following: Heritage Lottery Fund, North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership, Historic England, and Natural England
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