The King’s Men and the Chapel: Reginald Bray, Oliver King, Christopher Urswick and St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle
St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Windsor SL4 1NJ
Sir Reginald (or Reynold) Bray, Bishop Oliver King and Dean Christopher Urswick rose high in service to King Henry VII (1485-1509) and all three had strong links with St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. This powerful triumvirate of the King’s men at Windsor was the driving force behind the completion of the building, which had been begun by Edward IV in 1475. This talk, to be given by Dr Clare Rider FSA, will consider the individual careers of these three exceptional men, and the significance of their collaboration at Windsor.
Attendance at the lecture is free, but is by named ticket only. Applications for tickets should be made to The Chapter Office, Windsor Castle, Berkshire SL4 1NJ, listing the names of all those requesting tickets and enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, by Wednesday 4 October.
October 4, 2017, 12:00pm BST
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