Glass, Faience and Pottery at Amarna

August 19, 2019 MKHA Webmaster 0

Amarna is the contemporary name of the capital city of the pharaoh Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti,.and is famous for dazzling decorative and fine arts.
Olney Archaeological Society
Tuesday, 3rd September 2019

The Enumerator Strikes Back

August 19, 2019 MKHA Webmaster 0

This talk by Dave Annal will turn the spotlight onto the men and women who created the UK’s census returns since they first went to work on the census in 1841.
Buckinghamshire Family History Society (Northern Group)
Wednesday, 4th September 2019

Medieval Surgery

August 19, 2019 MKHA Webmaster 0

Steve and Eve Bacon explain the theory of the four humours that underpins medieval medicine and demonstrates the skill of the surgeon.
Bletchley Archaeological & Historical Society
Thursday, 5th September 2019

History of Warden Abbey

July 6, 2019 MKHA Webmaster 0

This excellent talk will take us through the history of the once-great abbey, from its foundation in 1135 to the present day.
Hanslope and District Historical Society

Away with the Fairies

June 29, 2019 MKHA Webmaster 0

1n 1917 two girls in Yorkshire took photographs of fairies. When the photographs came to light they came to the attention of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Lavendon Village History Group

Amy, Wonderful Amy

June 20, 2019 MKHA Webmaster 0

Roy Smart will give a talk about the life of the famous aviator, Amy Johnson who became the first woman to fly solo to Australia.
Yardley Gobion Local History Group

Death in the Garden

May 25, 2019 MKHA Webmaster 0

Poisonous plants have been used to remove an unwanted partner, for medicine, aphrodisiacs, pest control, foretelling the future or to commune with the gods.
Towcester and District Local History Society

The Battle of Naseby 1645

May 25, 2019 MKHA Webmaster 0

The Battle of Naseby was fought on the morning of the 14th June 1645 in the open fields of that small Northamptonshire village.
Olney & District Historical Society