Below are detailed subject listings, along with the subject table that ranks that course.
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|HESA Subject||Description||CUG Subject|
|Archaeology (V400)||The study of human prehistory, development of early societies and the emergence of civilisation. Includes socio-historical analysis of the material remains from excavations of past cultures to reconstruct and understand the past.||fl.CugSubject|
|Egyptology (V410)||The archaeological study of the civilisations of ancient Egypt.||fl.CugSubject|
|Stone Age (V420)||The archaeology of the period of human culture characterised by the making and use of stone implements and artefacts.||fl.CugSubject|
|Bronze Age (V430)||The archaeology of the period of human culture characterised by the making and use of bronze implements and artefacts, c.4500BC-500 BC.||fl.CugSubject|
|Iron Age (V440)||The archaeology of the period of human culture characterised by the making and use of iron implements and artefacts, c.1100 BC-c.1st AD.||fl.CugSubject|
|Archaeological conservation (V450)||Methods of preserving artefacts from excavations for retrieval and analysis of archaeological information.||fl.CugSubject|
|Archaeological techniques (V460)||Methods of surveying, field archaeology and palaeography.||fl.CugSubject|
|Classical art & archaeology (V470)||The study of the material culture of classical civilisations.||fl.CugSubject|
|Roman art & archaeology (V471)||The study of the material culture of the Roman world from 700 BC to 500 AD.||fl.CugSubject|
|Greek art & archaeology (V472)||The study of the material culture of the Greek world from the Bronze Age to 500 AD.||fl.CugSubject|
|Archaeology not elsewhere classified (V490)||Miscellaneous grouping for related subjects which do not fit into the others in Archaeology categories. To be used sparingly.||fl.CugSubject|