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Bishop Grosseteste University invite you to join us for the BGU Annual History Lecture 2017 The Battle of Lincoln Wednesday 17 May 2017| 12.30pm The Annual History Lecture This event was originally established to mark the work of a historian at BG, Jim Johnston. Dr Johnston was a pioneer in the use of probate inventories. However, the main reason why a memorial lecture series began, following his death in 2007, was because he was an exceptional teacher. He came toFind out more »
Navi is universally recognised as the world’s no. 1 Michael Jackson tribute. He is the only MJ tribute to have worked for Michael Jackson himself over a period of 17 years (1992-2009). Navi was used in promotion of albums and concerts as well as a decoy for Michael in public appearances. He is the only tribute to have been given a standing ovation by Michael Jackson himself. Navi has worked as an MJ tribute for over 25 years in aFind out more »
Antony Lee (Archaeology Curator at The Collection, Lincoln) Wednesday October 18. 1-2pm Seminar 4 (Hardy Building); Free Refreshments The pomerium was the sacred boundary which surrounded Rome and, we are told by some ancient authors, other cities founded across the Roman Empire. This research seminar will explore the creation and the physical and religious manifestations of the pomerium at Rome, and whether Roman Lincoln may also have been imbued with such a sacred boundary at its foundation. It will examineFind out more »
Wed 18th October (1-2pm): Hardy Seminar Room 4 (Hardy Building) Antony Lee (The Collection, Lincoln): ‘The Sacred Boundary of Roman Lincoln’ For further information, please contact the convenor: Dr R C F von Friedeburg (Reader in History) email@example.comFind out more »