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Treasured Tales Online: Drinking in an Old English Town

Coventry Archives Online Talk and Q&A with Fred Luckett

Whilst beer, along with agriculture, was being created in the Middle East around 12,000 years ago, Coventry remained a patch of virgin forest in the Arden county until well into the Cristian era. Mercia was settled by Anglo-Saxons from the sixth century onwards, but Coventry itself is thought to have originated with the founding of an abbey under Saint Osburgh in the tenth century.

This talk will take place through Microsoft Teams. Attendees will receive a link to join the session. The pre-recorded talk will be shown followed by a Q&A with Fred Luckett 

Book Tickets £2.50 + booking fee

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