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Talk: Fighting and Refighting Agincourt on Friday 26th October 2018
o As part of our Half-Term 'Men of War' Week, Alex Hildred, Head of Research and Ordnance for the Mary Rose Trust will be joined by Dr. Anne Curry, professor of Mediaeval History at the University of Southampton. Together they will host an evening lecture exploring Archery in the Middle Ages. Using the unique collection of the Mary Rose for reference material, join these two experts as they explore this fascinating era of archery.
Opening with a glass of wine on arrival, the event will begin with a talk by Dr. Anne Curry on Agincourt, followed by a talk by Alex Hildred on the archery paraphernalia in the Mary Rose collection. Guests will then have the opportunity to view some of the archery equipment in the collection with these experts.
This event will be fantastic for anyone with an interest in the Mary Rose, Mediaeval History and Archery through the ages.
Tickets for this evening event are £25.00 each, this public talk includes: exclusive evening access to the Mary Rose, a drink on arrival and an exclusive lecture by Dr. Anne Curry and Alex Hildred.
Anne Curry is professor of Medieval History at the University of Southampton, where she was also Dean of Humanities between 2016-2018. A medieval historian, her passion is for historical research, specifically in the Hundred Years war and more specifically, Agincourt. She sits on the General Committee of the British Commission on Military History and is a Trustee for the Royal Armouries. Anne has published 16 books, numerous papers and lecturers widely
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