Medieval theme to professor's Fellowship House talk
MEDIEVAL banquets and almsgiving will be the subject of a talk in Hampstead Garden Suburb. Professor David Carpenter, from King s College, London will give a presentation on feasts and charitable acts in Henry III s court. The lecturer is a world-renowne
MEDIEVAL banquets and almsgiving will be the subject of a talk in Hampstead Garden Suburb.
Professor David Carpenter, from King's College, London will give a presentation on feasts and charitable acts in Henry III's court.
The lecturer is a world-renowned expert on the 13th century and will be appearing on behalf of the Historical Association. The talk is on April 10 at Fellowship House, Willifield Way, at 8pm.
Tickets are £3 with 50p entry for Fellowship House members.
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For details, call the Historical Association on 020-8455 8318.
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