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In conversation: Tony Robinson

Edward III’s lost house of chivalry

Tony Robinson
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Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1NJ
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  • Windsor Castle
  • Wednesday, 15 Nov 2017
  • 18:30 – 19:30
  • £15 full price, £13.50 concessions
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Medieval chronicles reporting Edward III's ambition to build a large circular hall for his new Knights of the Round Table had long been dismissed as an Arthurian dream; however, finding the building's foundations proved that work had been started. But what would it have looked like and what part would it have played in Edward's culture of chivalry?

Join Tony Robinson in conversation with historian Dr Jonathan Foyle as they reflect on this sensational discovery made when a team of experts conducted an archaeological dig in the Castle's Quadrangle, on national television.

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