The Anglo-Saxon World is a mini module run at Bede’s World by Durham University Archaeology Department. This is a short intensive module for the public which requires no previous knowledge of the subject area, but it does take participants in-depth into an exploration of the early medieval world of Bede.
Join us to learn about health and disease in the early medieval era, find out how people ate and how they lived their lives. Our evening sessions will run in the museum giving unrivalled and unique evening access to exhibits and the reconstructed Anglo-Saxon farm.
The mini module consists of 8 sessions run on Thursday evenings 7.00 – 8.30pm and costs £7.50 per person per session, or £35 per person for a block of all 8 sessions. The module starts on the Thursday 30th of April, and runs until the 18th of June 2015. To book, contact Claire Douthwaite on 0191 489 2106 ext 209.
For more information: http://www.bedesworld.co.uk/the-anglo-saxon-world-mini-module/