Beowulf and the Black Dog
with Dr Sam Newton
at Tranmer House, Sutton Hoo (map)
|10.00||Coffee on arrival|
|10.15||The Home of Black Dog|
|11.45||Grendel and the Black Shuck|
|14:00||Beowulf and St Guthlac|
|15:15||Beowulf and St Botulf|
Sam Newton was awarded his Ph.D at UEA in 1991 and is the author of The Origins of Beowulf and the pre-Viking Kingdom of East Anglia (1993) and The Reckoning of King Rædwald, (2003). He has lectured widely around the country and has contributed to many radio and television programmes, most recently Michael Wood on Beowulf on BBC4. He is also a Director of Wuffing Education, NADFAS lecturer, and Time Team historian.
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