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A History of Animals in York

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A History of Animals in York

A non-accredited history, heritage and archaeology course

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CLL 23/24_NA_064
Course Description

York is famed for its rich archaeological history, from the Romans to the Vikings, and the medieval period to the present day. But alongside humans, animals have also always been a fundamental part of city life. From fish caught in the North Sea to cattle butchered on the Shambles; scavenging rats to the game birds for the Lord Mayor’s banquet, find out how the city’s diet and ecology has changed over the past two thousand years.

Tutor: Clare Rainsford MA (Cantab) MSc PhD

Term: Spring

Day: Saturday

Start Date: 09 March 2024

Time: 10am-1pm

No. of weeks: 1

Full fee: £28 

Location: Online

This course will be delivered via Zoom. Students joining the course will need access to a computer, laptop or tablet with a microphone (essential) and a webcam (desirable), as well as a reliable broadband connection.

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