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University of Lincoln Academy Annual Medieval Lecture

March 27, 2012, 12:00am BST - 2:00am
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University of Lincoln
EMMTEC Auditorium
Brayford Campus
Lincoln LN6 7TS
United Kingdom

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Time: 5:30pm

Professor Guy Halsall (University of York) will deliver the Lincoln Academy Annual Medieval Lecture this year, on ‘Rethinking the "Age of Arthur"’.

Professor Halsall’s work on late antiquity  and the early middle ages is well known and highly respected. His doctoral research was on the archaeology and history of the Merovingian region of Metz (north-eastern France and southern Germany), c.350-c.750. His research and publications have continued to explore the complex relationship between archaeology and documentary history, examining, for example, warfare, violence and society, death and burial, ethnicities and barbarian migrations, and humour. This lecture emerges from his research for his forthcoming book, Worlds of Arthur.

All welcome


Joanna Huntington & Philippa Hoskin


Joanna Huntington

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