Saturday 15 June 2019, 10.00AM to 4.30pm
From the end of Roman Britain in the fifth century to the Conquest in 1066, the Anglo-Saxons ruled, first as separate kingdoms and then united, forming the Kingdom of England. This course will explore the history of Anglo-Saxon England from the supremacy of Wessex, through the struggles between the English and the Vikings before the unification of England before the Norman Conquest. Early medieval sources and Anglo-Saxon art will be studied, focusing on the political and cultural changes throughout the period. Students do not need to have attended Part I to join this course.
Cristina Figueredo BA MA PhD