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Fellas Let's Go! The Battle of Agincourt 1415

Saturday 12th September, 2015

10:00am - 4:30pm

Price: £30.00

Ages: Adults

Lecturer: Tobias Capwell & others 

2015 brings the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt, a pivotal event which has historically been the subject of a great deal of misunderstanding and misconception. It has become entwined with modern notions of national identity and Anglo-French rivalry, and in the popular imagination is often conceived of as a fight solely between low-born English archers and aristocratic French knights. The reality is more complex, and much more interesting. This study day brings together curators, historians and artists working on different aspects of the battle to explore their different perspectives on this singular moment in history.



10:00: Tea, coffee and Registration

10:30:  ‘The Battle of Agincourt: A Brief Introduction to the Battle and its Impact on Historical Memory’ – Tobias Capwell

11:15:  ‘Documentary Evidence for the Armour of an English Noblemen at the time of Agincourt’ – Ralph Moffat

12:00:  ‘Furnish’d in warlike sort: Fighting in Full Plate Armour at Agincourt’ – Tobias Capwell

13:00:  Lunch (not provided)

14:00: ”All these Men of War, Arrayed in Battle Order”: The Defensive Equipment of the English Longbowman c.1380-1420’ – Keith Dowan

14:45:  Tea and coffee break

15:15:  ‘Painting Agincourt: Through the Artist’s Eyes’  – Graham Turner

 16:00:  Close

Tickets can be purchased below or by phoning 020 75639 527. Ticket price includes tea and coffee, excludes lunch.

For more information about the programme, click here.


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