sponsored by the Heraldry Society of Scotland
19th September 2015
(9.00 coffee and registration)
St Augustine’s Church,
George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EL
|Kate Anderson, Senior Curator SNPG||Court Portraiture|
|Prof Michael Bath||Furnishings|
|Charles Burnett, Ross Herald Extraordinary||The Arms and the Honours of Scotland|
|Prof Ian Campbell, Edinburgh University||Architectural Projects|
|Dr Lucy Dean, Stirling University||Ceremonial|
|Dr Janet Hadley Williams, Australian Nat Univ||Sir David Lyndsay, the Man and his Works|
|Alex Maxwell Findlater||The Lyndsay Armorial|
|Dr Jamie Reid Baxter||Music at Court|
The proposition to be examined is that there was a considered and coherent programme to promote the new King to his people, and himself and his country to the other crowned heads of Europe; and that this campaign was initiated almost immediately he seized power aged 16 in 1528, and was only terminated by his early death aged 30.
£15 to include coffee and tea, on arrival and in the two breaks.
For lunch there are many and various eateries on George IV Bridge.
Please book through the HSS shop
or contact Alex Maxwell Findlater email@example.com
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