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Talk: The Royal Martyr in the English Revolution
Professor Darren Oldridge shares 17th-century printed accounts of one of the most radical and divisive moments in the English Revolution.
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The execution of Charles I was the most radical and divisive moment in the English Revolution. It was also, perhaps, the most widely publicised.
Professor Darren Oldridge shares contemporary printed accounts of this extraordinary event and considers its impact on seventeenth-century society.
Darren Oldridge is Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Worcester.
£7 for the talk + optional half-price admission to explore The Commandery (entry to The Commandery is free if you have a residents’ or season pass). Plan your visit to The Commandery.
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