CMRS on Tour

Many CMRS members have recently been in the UK presenting on their research and taking the opportunity to visit sites of historic significance. A selection of photos follows!

Natasha Amendola, Sam Baudinette and Kathleen Neal went along on a visit to Ricardian Castles associated with the recent discovery of Richard III's skeleton. Here they are at Sheriff Hutton, Yorks.
Natasha Amendola, Sam Baudinette and Kathleen Neal went along on a visit to Ricardian Castles associated with the recent discovery of Richard III’s skeleton. Here they are at Sheriff Hutton, Yorks.

 

Bob Woosnam-Savage of the Royal Armouries showed us how to enter a castle, Monty-Python style...
Bob Woosnam-Savage of the Royal Armouries showed us how to enter a castle, Monty-Python style…

 

A successful series of sessions on letters and letter writing was organized at the Leeds IMC by Diana Jeske (L) and Sita Steckel (R). Julian Haseldine (C) gave concluding remarks.
A successful series of sessions on letters and letter writing was organized at the Leeds IMC by Diana Jeske (L) and Sita Steckel (R). Julian Haseldine (C) gave concluding remarks.

 

The IMC Leeds featured a 'medieval village' where CMRS members tried out the chain mail!
The IMC Leeds featured a ‘medieval village’ where CMRS members including Kathleen Neal tried out the chain mail!

 

A reception sponsored by the Prato Consortium, of which Monash is a founding member, was well received at the Leeds IMC.
A reception sponsored by the Prato Consortium, of which Monash is a founding member, was well received at the Leeds IMC. Here Constant Mews chats with Natasha Amendola and Eva Anagnostou-Laoutides.