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Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos, Parts IIA and IIB (Archaeology)

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 247)

With effect from October 2009

Regulation 15.

The Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology give notice that Paper A27 (Europe in the first millennium AD II: Migration period archaeology) has been suspended until further notice. Papers A25 and A26 will now normally be available in each year, not in alternating years as at present.


(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 253)

Parts IIa and IIb (Archaeology)

The detail for Papers A25 and A26/A27 has been amended with effect from the same date so as to read:

Papers A25 and A26. Europe in the first millennium AD

This course surveys the period which saw the rise, development, and fall of the Roman Empire, and the emergence of the early medieval states which were the foundation of modern Europe; it relates mainly to the northern and western parts of Europe (including Scandinavia), and where relevant it extends also into North Africa. The course includes two papers which are both normally taught every year.

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Cambridge University Reporter 15 July 2009
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