The Original Re-enactors Market (TORM), 10th12th November 2017, Sports Connexion, Ryton-upon-Dunsmore, UK. Confirmed
Marché dHistoire, 19th20th November 2017, Compiègne, France.
These are events I will be attending, although not necessarily in an equestrian capacity. Several with Conquest, the Norman society.
Chester, 22nd 23rd July 2017.
Richmond Castle, 12th 13th August 2017.
Middlewich, Cheshire, 26th 27th August 2017.
Battle of Hastings, 14th 15th October 2017.
Silk Road event, Rutland, 21st 22nd October 2017.
The Original Re-enactors Market (TORM), 17th19th March 2017, Sports Connexion, Ryton-upon-Dunsmore, UK.
Marché dHistoire, 8th9th April 2017, Compiègne, France.
Saint Georges Day, 23rd April 2017, Pontefract Castle.
Lincoln Castle, 21st 22nd May 2017.
Lincoln Castle, 28th 29th May 2017.
Milton Keynes 50, 17th 18th June 2017.
Harians Cavalry Turma. An extremely large Roman cavalry event, 1st and 2nd July 2017, Carlisle, UK.
International Medieval Congress, 3rd6th July 2017, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK.
Sessions hosted by Dr. Timothy Dawson and Dr. Anastasija Ropa:
Tuesday 4th, 09.0010.30, The Physical Horse
1: Peasant Horse Breeding in Late Medieval England, Jordan Claridge,
2: Middle English Hippiatric Treatises, Common Diseases, and Their Remedies, Elina Cotterill,
3:The Importance of Horses in the Anglo-Saxon Law Texts, Edgar Rops,
Wednesday 5th, 09.0010.30, The Horse in Courtly Literature
1: More Expensive than Racing Cars: The Value of Horses in Romance, Anastasija Ropa,
2: Writing Bodies, Riding Equipment, Reading Horses: The Equestrian Canon and Code of Chivalry, Karen Campbell,
3: How to Ride before a Prince: The Rise of Riding as a Performance Art, Jennifer Jobst,
Wednesday 5th, 11.1512.45, The Martial Horse and Rider
1: Hunting and Fighting on Horseback According to King John I of Portugal, 1385-1433, Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues,
2: European Horses, Horsemanship, and Material Culture from Late Antiquity to the Crusades, Jürg Gassmann,
3: The Use and Development of Bows and Crossbows as Cavalry Weapons in Medieval Europe, John Henry Gassmann,
Wednesday 5th, 11.1512.45, The Horse in Material Culture
1: Baggage Animals and Their Use: the neglected equines, Timothy Dawson,
2: The Development of Bits from the Viking Age to the 16th Century, in England and Beyond, John Clark,
3: Equestrian Cities: The Role of the Riding Horse in Interurban Traffic, Fabienne Meiers,
These were complemented by a display of medieval equestrian equipment within the public event Making Leeds Medieval.
Ribchester Roman Festival, 8th 9th July 2017.
Copyright: Timothy George Dawson 2017