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  2019

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.

As the National Trust Visitors’ Centre at Sutton Hoo is still closed for rebuilding, the seminars are temporarily relocated elsewhere.  Places are limited so please email me at the address below if you wish to attend. 

    • Provisional Dates, Spring & Summer Terms 2019

          • 27th March
          • 3rd April
          • 10th April
          • 1st May
          • 8th May
          • 15th May
          • 22nd May
          • 5th June
          • 12th June
          • 19th June
          • 26th June
          • 3rd July
The seminar fee for each morning (10.30-13.00) is £15.  
To enrol on any or all of the series, please e.mail me at the address below:
Please replace the AT with @ when sending the email – I have written my email address in this way to prevent spam robots picking it up and bombarding me with junk mail. For some reason, I’ve received a lot of these recently.

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


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