Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would definitely recommend this course. It is very interactive, there is effective communication with officials and students. The class is organized very well, teaching from beginning to modern times. You learn about different cultures, and different sites, along with the techniques used to dig and age them.
It is a very interesting course. You learn about different cultures from different dig site information. It teaches different ways of uncovering a site. It goes through all of the history of Archeology, from royals who dug for country history, to people who would go to sites to get the "treasure", to modern collectors who help modern Archeologists with their knowledge. It teaches that it is better to get the locals, particularly if they are ancestors, to help out in whichever way is possible, from gathering information, to actually helping in the dig, to giving thoughts, ideas, and knowledge about any artifacts found. It is altogether very informative and intriguing.
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If you don't like reading this is not the course for you. There is a good amount of reading both books, and articles. If you like history it is a good course, you learn about different cultures through history, and see different dig sites and findings from around the world.