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From Clarendon to Cambridge: Great Houses During the Reign of Henry VI

Date/Time
Thursday 01 November 2018 at 18:30

The Annual Clarendon Lecture is by James Wright talking on 15th-C Great Houses, which of course will mention Clarendon Palace.

James Wright: ‘From Clarendon to Cambridge: Great Houses During the Reign of Henry VI’

As Henry VI languished in the rambling palace of Clarendon after suffering a setback in his mental health, England slid inexorably towards civil war. Meanwhile, his courtiers began work on buildings such as Knole, Kent, which fundamentally altered the face of English architecture and ultimately led to Clarendon slipping into its final decline…

Annual Clarendon Lecture, The Salisbury Museum,
Thursday 1 November 2018, 6.30 for 7pm

Tickets will be available from The Salisbury Museum (http://www.salisburymuseum.org.uk/whats-on)

£10, or £8 for Friends of Clarendon Palace and members of Salisbury Museum

Price includes wine reception from 6.30pm

 

Location
Salisbury Museum