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In 1500 the Inca empire stretched from Equador to Chile. In the 1530's adventurers led by Pizarro arrived in Peru Within a generation they had seized control of the Inca lands. This course explores the...more

Duration: 8 weeks

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College of Management Science
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This distance learning programme teaches the paradigms, site preparation, how to find things, contexts, making records, processing finds, stone building, wooden buildings, pits, ditches and banks, burials...more

Duration: Variable

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Oxford Learning College
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Brilliant for A Levels

I completed 3 a levels with Oxford learning. The materials were excellent and t...more

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This Quality Assured Level 3 Diploma in the Archaeology of Roman Britain is designed for those wishing to develop their knowledge of the history and archaeology of Roman Britain, whether out of personal...more

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