The Hundred Years War was a series of wars, on land and sea, arising primarily from the political and dynastic conflicts of the kings of England and France. It was fought mainly in France but also engulfed Brittany, Scotland, the Iberian kingdoms, the Netherlands and other countries. The first part of the conflict is retold in intricate detail by the contemporary chronicler, Jean Froissart, whose portrait of warfare and political rivalry is set against a backdrop of chivalric endeavour and glory.
Date, Time and Place
This lecture-only module comprises of one lecture per week over one term commencing in January 2024.
Please check the School of Histories and Humanities website for updates on this course at: www.histories-humanities.tcd.ie/shortcourses/
€85 full rate, €60 concession rate.
The concession rate is available to all those retired, over 65s, and those on a government pension / payment plan and the unwaged, including second- and third-level students.
Please check our website in December for updates on enrolment and term dates at: www.histories-humanities.tcd.ie/shortcourses
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