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Indeed, most of our students come to us with degrees in a range of other disciplines (from history, maths or music, to business management, architecture or the law), often after having worked in different professional fields for a number of years. The event will be held at The Beatty Center of the School of Business Room 115. Anthropology Plus Index of journal articles in anthropology and related fields. The relationship between archaeological data, historical research, the Hebrew Bible, and anthropological theory are explored along with new methods and current debates in Levantine archaeology.

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