Departmental Lecturer, Department For Continuing Education, University of Oxford
A comprehenesive introduction to the archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England from the end of Roman Britain in the fifth century to Alfred the Great's Wessex in the ninth century.
Drawing on a mixture of commercial and academic archaeological research, this day school focuses on a variety of landscape scale projects in southern Britain. Guest speakers will present and discuss their research.
Hampton Court Palace's buildings and gardens chart over 500 years of development and change. Learn about one of the best-known and visited historical sites in the UK from the archaeologists, historic building experts and curators who actually work there.