Session1515
TitleBritish Archaeological Association, I: The Impact of Religious, Political, and Meteorological Climates on Buildings and Landscapes
Date/TimeThursday 8 July 2021: 09.00-10.30
 
SponsorBritish Archaeological Association
 
OrganiserHarriet Mahood, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
 
Moderator/ChairHarriet Mahood, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
 
Paper 1515-a Political Climates and Landscapes of Sanctity in Northumbria and Mercia, c. 650-850
(Language: English)
Megan Bunce, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Index Terms: Archaeology - Sites; Architecture - Religious; Religious Life
Paper 1515-b Tapping the Wild Wood: Managing the Elite Hunting Landscape in the Medieval Vale of York - Perspectives from Hornby and Kirkby Fleetham Castles
(Language: English)
Erik Matthews, Hornby Castle Project, Northallerton
Index Terms: Archaeology - General; Archaeology - Sites; Daily Life; Economics - Rural
Paper 1515-c Changing Religious Climates and the Material Culture of the Tudor Parish Church: St Michael le Belfrey
(Language: English)
Lisa Reilly, School of Architecture, University of Virginia
Index Terms: Archaeology - Sites; Architecture - Religious; Art History - Decorative Arts; Art History - General
 
AbstractOur first speaker is a regular of the BAA organised panels and will be discussing the recent fieldwork at Kirkby Fleetham and Hornby Castles with a focus on how land use adapted to climate and the significance of 'watery' landscapes. Finally we end with a look at how the tumultuous reign of Henry VIII affected the development St. Michael le Belfrey (York) through a discussion of its glass.