This workshop will invite students to look at evidence from the Mesolithic period (hunter-gatherers) through the Neolithic (first farmers) Bronze Age to the Iron Age on the Isle of Man. Objects will be examined to show the different types of settlements on the Island which tell us about the methods of obtaining food, tool and weapon manufacture and changing religious beliefs through time.
This workshop will allow students to look at a range of genuine and reproduction artefacts together with learning more about the work of a field archaeologist.
Sessions available-Morning 10.30am-12.00 and afternoon 1pm-2.30pm
£80 per session.
Please ensure you have your schools only workshop code which is emailed to schools before booking your workshop here.