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References and extended reading

If you would like to take your interest in this week’s topics further, the books listed below are recommended reading and we have referred to most of them during the …

What next?

We hope you’ve enjoyed learning about the battle of Agincourt on this course. A good place to find out more about the battle and recent events is the Agincourt 600 …

What does Agincourt mean to you?

In this video, we interview delegates at an international conference on Agincourt about why they think it is important to commemorate the battle. In the next step, you will have …

Goodbye!

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 3rd …

How historians have visualised the battle

This video features Anne and Christophe Gilliot, Director of the Centre Historique d’Azincourt, France. They discuss one of the museum’s exhibits, a model of the battle created 15 years ago. …

Agincourt in Music

In this step, the composer Professor David Owen Norris describes the creation of his piece ‘Turning Points’ which references aspects of Agincourt history. ‘Turning Points’ is an innovative composition highlighting …

Agincourt and Waterloo

In this article, Dan considers the connections between the battles of Agincourt and Waterloo. Four hundred years after the battle of Agincourt, another famous victory over a French army took …

Shakespeare and Agincourt

In this article, Dan discusses how the battle of Agincourt was viewed over the years after 1415, and how Shakespeare has influenced our ideas about what happened. Agincourt continued to …

Finding the site of the battlefield

In this article, Anne discusses the challenges which historians have faced in finding the actual site of the battlefield. Where was the battle fought? Early texts on both sides of …

References and extended reading

If you would like to take your interest in this week’s topics further, the books listed below are recommended reading and we have referred to most of them during the …