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Hanes, Achyddiaeth ac Archeoleg / History, Genealogy and Archaeology

Hanes, Achyddiaeth ac Archeoleg / History, Genealogy and Archaeology

HL100H From Acorn to Oak: Building a Family Tree (Part 1) (2022/2023)

HL100H From Acorn to Oak: Building a Family Tree (Part 1) (2022/2023)

Description

Delivery Method: Online  

Have you always wanted to find out more about your ancestors but don’t know where to start? If so, then this is the ideal course as it will help you to begin building and developing your own family tree from scratch. It is also suitable for those who have already begun to research their family tree but would like to learn more about genealogical records and how to research databases more effectively.  

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Public
10/10/202212/12/2022£110.00[Read More]
AU Staff
10/10/202212/12/2022[Read More]
AU full-time Student
10/10/202212/12/2022[Read More]
HL101H Branching Out: how to use Maps for Family History (2022/2023)

HL101H Branching Out: how to use Maps for Family History (2022/2023)

Description

Delivery Method: Online  

Old maps can be an amazing source of information for the family historian as well as those studying house or local history.

StartEndCourse Fee 
Public
24/10/202205/12/2022£55.00[Read More]
AU Staff
24/10/202205/12/2022[Read More]
AU full-time Student
24/10/202205/12/2022[Read More]
HL102H Deciphering Old Handwriting: Palaeography for Beginners (2022/2023)

HL102H Deciphering Old Handwriting: Palaeography for Beginners (2022/2023)

Description

Delivery Method: Online  

Palaeography- the reading of old handwriting- can appear daunting but is an essential skill for local and family historians for the reading and interpretation of source materials.

StartEndCourse Fee 
Public
12/10/202214/12/2022£110.00[Read More]
AU Staff
12/10/202214/12/2022[Read More]
AU full-time Student
12/10/202214/12/2022[Read More]
HL103H Wales and the Wars of the Roses (2022/2023)

HL103H Wales and the Wars of the Roses (2022/2023)

Description

Delivery Method: Online  

Wales played a crucial and often underestimated role in the Wars of the Roses. It was home to several influential families including the Herberts and the Tudors. The Marches and other areas of Wales provided fertile recruiting ground and Welsh troops proved pivotal in key battles such as Mortimer’s Cross.  

StartEndCourse Fee 
Public
04/10/202222/11/2022£110.00[Read More]
AU Staff
04/10/202222/11/2022[Read More]
AU full-time Student
04/10/202222/11/2022[Read More]
HL104H Introduction to Archaeology for Beginners (2022/2023)

HL104H Introduction to Archaeology for Beginners (2022/2023)

Description

Delivery Method: Online  

Since the very beginning, humans have shown an interest in uncovering our own past and telling stories about ourselves. This module will introduce the history, methods, and themes which define modern archaeological practice as well as key skills and concepts, taught through case studies drawn from the broad record of archaeological periods in England and Wales. Who were the first archaeologists?

StartEndCourse Fee 
Public
03/10/202221/11/2022£110.00[Read More]
AU Staff
03/10/202221/11/2022[Read More]
AU full-time Student
03/10/202221/11/2022[Read More]
HL105H The Dark Ages? The Archaeology of early medieval Wales and England (2022/2023)

HL105H The Dark Ages? The Archaeology of early medieval Wales and England (2022/2023)

Description

Delivery Method: Online  

The period between AD 400 and 800 in Britain has been traditionally dismissed as part of ‘the Dark Ages’. The term ‘Dark Age’ refers to a lack of historical sources, rather than any intellectual decline.  

StartEndCourse Fee 
Public
14/10/202216/12/2022£110.00[Read More]
AU Staff
14/10/202216/12/2022[Read More]
AU full-time Student
14/10/202216/12/2022[Read More]

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