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Osteoarchaeology: the study of human remainsBooking Enquiry
KS3 & KS4 Archaeology, History, Science
Until 17 July 2020
This session is only available on Wednesday afternoons.
Please note that this session involves human skeletal material and can only be offered at the University. We provide consent forms that must be signed by parents in advance of the session.
For younger students we offer a skeletons workshop using animal bone which you can find out more about if you follow this link.
In this session students will get to examine real human bones to determine how archaeologists can detect age and sex. They will also look at what human bodies can tell us about diet and disease in the past. This session is delivered on campus in the Wolfson Lab at Newcastle University and is suitable for GCSE and A Level archaeology, biology, history students.