Archaeology and the Battle of Dunbar 1650: From the Scottish Battlefield to the New World
Publié par Marion Coste le 06/01/2020
In November 2013 archaeologists observing building work near Durham Cathedral in England made an unexpected discovery: skeletons in two mass graves. Over the next two years, researchers worked to establish the identity of the human remains. Today we know them to be Scottish prisoners who died after the Battle of Dunbar on the coast of Scotland in 1650. On this course you will learn how the latest archaeological science techniques revealed how and why these men disappeared from history. You will join researchers seeking to solve a 350 year old mystery, and explore the resulting controversies.
|Quand ?||Du 20/01/2020 au 01/03/2020|
|Où ?||Durham University|
|S'adresser à||6 semaines|