Medieval Leicestershire and Rutland
We continue our series of lectures with Peter Liddle on the archaeology of Rutland and Leicestershire. Having looked previously at the Romans and the Normans we’ve now reached Medieval times.
Peter is the former County Archaeologist for Leicester and Rutland and always provides an informative and entertaining lecture.
Lectures take place on Thursdays, commence at 2pm and run until about 4pm or a little after, depending on encores. Prior booking is useful but not essential. You can attend the whole course or come to individual lectures.
September 8th: Medieval Villages and fields.
September 15th: Medieval Leicester, market towns and industry.
September 22nd: Castles and Manor Houses.
September 29th: The Church: Parish churches and chapels.
October 6th: The Church: Religious Houses and pilgrimage.
October 13th: The Tudors and the end of the medieval period.
Price: £30 for the series or £6 per lecture (Refreshments included)
To book your place e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (0116) 2214508 or 07842 120817 or contact the Museum on 01572 758440.