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Skip to 0 minutes and 7 seconds ANNE CURRY: Thank you for following this course. We’ve much enjoyed meeting you, listening to your comments, and we hope you’ll go on to be inspired to learn more about Agincourt and medieval history. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the many groups and organisations that have helped us with this, particularly the Royal Armouries, English Heritage, the Mary Rose Trust, and the National Archives. If you want to find out more information about any of them, please follow the links provided. There are lots of events going on for Agincourt 600. Do have a look at the website and try to join us in some of those events.

Skip to 0 minutes and 45 seconds The University of Southampton has an excellent reputation for medieval history, and we hope you might be inspired to join us for the activities we have as well as for the degree courses that we offer. Again, please follow the links provided. Thank you once again, and please go on enjoying medieval history.


We hope that you have enjoyed this course.

We would like to remind you, that whilst we will not be providing facilitation in the comments and discussions after Sunday 1st November, you still have time to catch up with the course activities as they will remain online.

Thank you from all of the Agincourt 1415 course team!

Course design and creation:

This course was designed by Professor Anne Curry (Faculty of Humanities, University of Southampton), Dan Spencer (University of Southampton) and Kate Borthwick (Humanities, University of Southampton).

You were supported by the University of Southampton’s online facilitation team:

Manuel Leon (coordinator), Aleksandr Lobanov and Mike Warner.

This course was produced by:

The Institute for Learning Innovation and Development (ILIaD): Kate Dickens (MOOC programme manager) with video production by Stephan Caspar and Joe Brett, and support from Lorrayne Smith, Sofia Bazzini, Mimi Lee and Adam Warren.

This course would not have been possible without the support of:

  • The Agincourt 600 Fund
  • University of Southampton professional services support team: Letitia Baldock & Frances Berkhout (Legal Services).
  • University of Southampton: Professor Hugh Davis (Director of ILIaD), Pro Vice-Chancellor of Education Alex Neill and the rest of the University senior management team.

Special thanks for their contributions to the course go to:

  • The Royal Armouries: Thom Richardson, Deputy Master; Nicholas Hall, Keeper of Artillery at Fort Nelson
  • Centre Historique Medieval, Azincourt, France: Christophe Gilliot, director.
  • English Heritage: Isabel Uden, PR manager South East and Lydia Tickner, event manager.
  • The Mary Rose Trust: Alex Hildred and Sally Tyrrell.
  • The National Archives
  • The Plantagenet Medieval Society: Phil Pembridge, Matthew Fields, Mike Bee, Stuart Gilpin, Simon Waterfield, David Rees
  • Southampton City Council
  • Griffin Historical Ltd: Mark Griffin and Adam Schuch-des-Forges
  • Graham Turner, artist
  • Kevin Babey, cameraman
  • Scott Hall, map maker

Last but not least, we would like to thank everyone in the FutureLearn team with a special mention for Kate Sandars from the content team.

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