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Live panel discussion: what makes a decisive battle?

Live panel discussion - what makes a decisive battle? Listen to our discussion and put your questions about Agincourt to our panel.

We held a live discussion answering questions put during the course on 11th March 2016.

Watch the recording of the discussion

What makes a decisive battle and what are the lessons we have learnt from Agincourt? Panelists answered questions on arrows, the legacy of the battle, the site of the battlefield…and lots more

Panelists were:

  • Anne Curry, professor of medieval history, University of Southampton
  • Bertrand Schnerb, professor of medieval history, University of Lille III Charles de Gaulle
  • Thom Richardson, Deputy Master at the Royal Armouries.

Hosted by Kate Borthwick, University of Southampton


Thank you for your comments and questions! And a huge sorry again for our technical problems at the start (and at various other points)!

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Agincourt 1415: Myth and Reality

University of Southampton

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