Public Lecture Event: 'Uncovering Historic Welsh Gardens: Some Archaeological Perspectives'

A free public lecture event at Swansea University on Friday 5 June 2015, 4pm - 6pm.

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Enclosed Garden (Liz McAvoy) - project imagePUBLIC LECTURE EVENT

Uncovering Historic Welsh Gardens:   Some Archaeological Perspectives

Friday 5 June 2015.   4pm – 6pm.

Dr Ann Benson
(Independent Scholar):
‘Garden Historian as Polymath: Discovering the Lost Gardens of the Dukes of Beaufort’

and 

Ms Elisabeth Whittle
(Independent Scholar, formerly Cadw):
‘The Tudor and Jacobean Gardens of Raglan Castle: Survey, Archaeology and Interpretation’

Wallace Lecture Theatre, Wallace Building, Swansea University

All Welcome.  Admission free.

Organised by the Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Research (MEMO) as part of its 9th Annual Symposium by the Sea.

Enquiries:  e.mcavoy@swansea.ac.uk.

More about MEMO here.