Lectures via Zoom, 10am – 12 noon.  Cost £12 for the set.  Contact Ann Burrows (jacksonburrows@googlemail.com) for payment details.

7th September

“Jews in the Roman Empire”.
Dr David Noy, Associate Lecturer with the OU for The Roman Empire (2015-20) and Exploring the Classical World (2005-18 ), author.

21st September

“The expansion and replanning of England’s major cathedrals and churches”
Dr Frank Woodman, FSA, Architectural Historian, author, former ICE academic director in Art History and Architecture.

5th October

“Kindred: Neanderthal Life, Love, Death and Art”
Dr Rebecca Wragg Sykes, archaeologist, writer and creative professional, Honorary Fellow in the School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology at the University of Liverpool, and chercheur bénévole at the Université de Bordeaux. Her first book (title of the talk) is a critically acclaimed bestseller.

19th October

“Update on Blick Mead from the Sept 2021 dig”
Prof. David Jacques, Professorial Research Fellow, University of Buckingham, author, Fulbright Alumnus, FSA.

2nd November

“Treason, Gunpowder and Plot”
Mike Ingram, historian, author, lecturer and tour guide passionate about the medieval period, the Wars of the Roses and the history of his own county – Northamptonshire.

16th November

“Twice lost: discovering medieval deserted settlements beneath today’s villages”
Prof. Carenza Lewis, Archaeologist, researcher, TV presenter and author at the University of Lincoln, specialising in historic settlement and the public impact of heritage.