February 20 @ 19:30 - 20:30
A series of monthly online history talks hosted on Zoom and led by Andy Skinner (Learning & Engagement Officer at SeaCity Museum and Tudor House & Garden). All of the talks are designed to be fun, accessible and rooted in the history and archaeology of the city.
In 1338 Southampton was brutally raided by mercenaries. This talk looks at the raid and the proceeding two centuries as it rebuilt itself as one of the most well-defended towns anywhere in England.
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