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Sir Thomas Erpingham at Norwich Cathedral

May 30, 2015
Norwich Cathedral

Weston Room
Norwich Cathedral Hostry
United Kingdom

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Agincourt and beyond: a day symposium considering the role of this example of medieval gentry as both religious patron and soldier

Dr Philip Caudrey Professor Anne Curry
Dr Helen Lunnon
Professor Matthew Strickland

Saturday 30 May, 10am to 3pm, in the Weston Room, Norwich Cathedral Hostry (sandwich lunch provided) Cost: £40 (additional £1 charge for card payment)

To book, please contact:
Gudrun Warren,, 01603 218443 65 The Close, Norwich NR1 4DH

Full programme:

10.00 Arrival and coffee

10.30 Introduction (Dr Gudrun Warren) 11.00 Helen Lunnon, Assessing the Architectural Importance of Thomas Erpingham's Church Gate in Early 15th Century Norwich

11.45 Philip Caudrey, Sir Thomas Erpingham and the Erpingham Window.
The role of Erpingham and East Anglian gentry on the Agincourt campaign

12.30 Lunch

13.30 Matthew Strickland, Sir Thomas Erpingham, Chivalry and the Conduct of Battle. 
This paper will explore the nature of conduct at Agincourt, but also set it within the wider context of the kind of warfare Erpingham himself would have experienced before 1415

14.15 Anne Curry, Agincourt: myth and reality

15.00 Closing remarks/discussion

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May 30, 2015, 9:00am BST

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