The Department of Archaeology is housed in a dedicated building, complete with PC lab, reading rooms, and specialist equipment. This state-of-the-art building is an ideal hub for our archaeology community.
You'll have access to our extensive facilities throughout your studies and research.
Purpose-built teaching laboratories
You'll learn within specialist laboratories and have access to our superb teaching collections of artefacts, ecofacts, human remains and animal bones.
Six dedicated suites of laboratories sit within the Archaeology Building. Together with the University’s central Chemical Analysis Facility, these laboratories underpin the Department’s world-renowned research.
The six science suites cover:
- material science
- geophysical and geospatial research
- geomorphology and micromorphology
These superb facilities enable you to explore the hands-on, practical side of archaeology.