Old English Language, Literature, and the Golden Age of Ængland

Sutton Hoo Mound 9 © Dr Sam Newton 16th May 2012

Sutton Hoo Mound 9 clad in sorrel (Spring 2012)

Wednesday Morning Seminars at the National Trust Visitors’ Centre at Sutton Hoo, 2018

We shall continue our course exploring Old English language and literature, art and culture, the almost lost continent of heroic legend, and the Golden Age of the early English-speaking peoples. Our main text for this term is The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.


Unless otherwise specified, seminars are held at the National Trust Visitors’ Centre at Sutton Hoo in the Old (Squash) Court, in the far left-hand corner of the parade ground from the car park (where parking is free for seminar participants).

 Provisional Programme, Wednesday Mornings,

Summer Term 2018

        • 18th April 2018
        • 25th April
        • 2nd May
        • 9th May
        • 16th May
        • 23rd May
        • 6th June
        • 13th June
        • 20th June
        • 27th June
        • 4th July
Each seminar usually runs from 10.30-13.00 and normally costs £15 [plus £1.50 for the coffees and biscuits]. 
To enrol on any or all of the series, please e.mail me at samnewton@wuffings.co.uk 

Sæ Wylfing at sunset by Shottisham Creek © Dr Sam Newton 1994


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