This course is a necessary prelude to understanding the Tuesday History course.
Term 1 Prehistoric Australian Belief, Early Ancient Age.
Term 2 Ancient History & Religion c.2000 to c.600 BCE.
Term 3 History, Religion, Changing Belief, Philosophy.
Term 4 Herod the Great, Early Roman Empire, Jesus 100CE
It will focus on human exploration of this vast continent along with the ecology, including various animal and bird species. Course will include Power Point, DVD's and notes.
Take a journey back in time. Explore the birth of the Great South Land, first aboriginal migrations, life in Pleistocene Australia, what caused the death of Australian megafauna, stone tool flaking demonstrations,
Australia’s most significant archaeological sites, visit to Cultural Heritage display at Cobb & Co Museum, Native Title Act and famous aboriginals and much more. Each lesson supplemented with latest colour videos, lesson notes supplied. (Bring parchment and quill.)
This will include such topics as: Charlemagne, The Vikings, Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Britain, The Place of Women in Medieval Society, The Gothic Cathedral, The First Universities, The Crusades, The Black Death (Plague) and much more! (Includes Power Point, Notes & DVDs)
This will include such explorers as Sturt, Mitchell, Eyre, Leichhardt, and Burke & Wills, along with Magellan, Cook, Columbus etc.
Are you researching your family history? Do you have family stories you want to write for future generations to discover? Do you need help finding historical facts to weave into your story? Perhaps our group will provide you with the 'spark' you need to start, or finish, all those
wonderful stories waiting to escape your thoughts. A pen and paper along with your ideas is required.
These classes are designed with the more experienced researcher in mind. Over four terms we will be uncovering records which will be of use to family historians. Laptop/iPad is an advantage. Term 4 will only go ahead if sufficient interest.
Term 1 - England & Wales, Term 2 - Australia & NZ,
Term 3 - Ireland & Scotland, Term 4 - Countries such as Germany and Prussia, America & Canada.
Classes will contain information with the beginner and novice in mind. We will start from the very beginning showing how to research, store and find information relating to your family. Laptop/iPad is an advantage. If you require information please email me with your questions.
Spread over the 4 terms in 2018 this course is for those who have completed the Ancient Belief course.
Term 1 Roman Empire, Britain, Christianity, Muslim Empire.
Term 2 Middle Ages and Modern Age, Major Reformers.
Term 3 Radical Reformers, Reformation Denominations.
Term 4 Contemporary Age, Science, Atheism, Aust. Church.
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