Leeds International Medieval Congress 2011

Several PhD students from King’s recently attended the Leeds International Medieval Congress, which took place 11-14 July. Three of David Carpenter’s students, Richard Cassidy, Katherine Harvey and Sophie Ambler, presented papers in a panel entitled ‘Silver, Simony and Sermons: the ideal and reality of wealth in the reign of Henry III’, which analysed aspects of Henry’s financial resources and the views of some of the prominent churchmen of his reign on how money should be spent by those in power. During the panel, Sophie spoke about the Fine Rolls project and the project blog.

Posted on behalf of Sophie Ambler

King's Doctoral Students at the IMC

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