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.
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