Battlefields Trust Study Day - The Earls of Warwick and Battle

Battlefields Trust Study Day - The Earls of Warwick and Battle

A one day Battlefields Trust study day examining two of the Earls of Warwick - Richard Neville, the Kingmaker, and Richard Beauchamp - and their experience of medieval battle. The day's programme is as follows:

10:00-10:30 – Coffee and Registration

10:30 -10:35 – Welcome and introduction

10:35 – 11:20 – Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, warrior and kingmaker (Phil Steele)

11:20-12:05 – The Earl of Warwick, two different styles of leadership at the battles of St Albans 1455 and 1461? (Dr Peter Burley)

12:05 – 12:50 – The battle of Northampton 1460 (Mike Ingram)

12:50-13:35 – Lunch (to be purchased locally)

13:35-14:20 – ‘Searching for Barnet’ the battle of Barnet 1471 and its archaeology (Sam Wilson)

14:20-15:05 – Richard Beauchamp and battle in the Marches (Anthony Rich)

15:05- 15:25 – Tea and Coffee

15:25 – 16:20 – Visit to St Mary’s church Warwick to see Richard Beauchamp’s tomb (12 minute walk either way)

Tickets are available at the Eventbrite

Address
Coten End Primary School, Coten End, Warwick, CV34 4NP
Telephone
07742-958888
E-mail
Dates
21st March
Admission
(£10 for Battlefields Trust and Northamptonshire Battlefields Society members)
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