Tuesday, 23 January 2018 - 2:30pm
Oxfordshire has over 100 medieval castles, those at Wallingford and Oxford being of particular importance to the Norman Conquest. Dozens of fortifies houses and castles were built during the twelfth century and, although many of them did not survive the Middle ages, some of them, like those at Broughton and Sherborne are still occupied. Trevor Rowley is a noted historian and has published many books on landscape hiatory and the Normans. He is Emeritus Professor of Kellogg College.