The Medieval Horse

Sunday 4th February, 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

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The Medieval Horse

Our wonderful Bosworth Guides will be delivering a series of fantastic talks on Sundays until our Guided Walks start back up again.  

 

Much is known about the lives of men and women in Medieval Britain, but have you ever wondered about the lives of animals at the time? This talk on the role of the horse during the medieval period will provide an insight into an aspect of history which is often overlooked. The talk will cover topics such as the different breeds of horse present at the time, as well as the equine archaeology of Leicestershire.

 

Tickets are £6 and can be purchased HERE  

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