Archaeological Sciences (B.A.)
The study of archaeology is dedicated to the legacies and traces of past civilizations. Immerse yourself in the life and art of the Paleolithic, the ancient Greeks and Romans, all the way to the end of the Byzantine Empire. Collaboration with related disciplines such as history, philology, art history, earth sciences, biology, and computer science is essential.
What is the degree program about?
The archaeological sciences deal with the material legacies and traces of past cultures. Research is conducted into the living conditions, object and image worlds of pre-modern man from the Palaeolithic Age through the world of the Greeks and Romans to the end of the Byzantine Empire. Archaeology relies on collaboration with neighboring disciplines, including history, philology, and art history, as well as earth sciences, biology, and computer science. The study program includes three subfields: Prehistoric, Classical and Christian Archaeology.
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