🎧 Anglo-Saxon Treasures at Norwich Castle
🎧 Gone Medieval • 38m
Norwich Castle was designed by William the Conqueror to be a royal palace. But no Norman kings ever lived in it. Instead it became a gaol and then - in the Victorian era - a museum, which is today packed with archaeological finds that lift the lid on life in Anglo-Saxon East Anglia.
In this edition of Gone Medieval, Dr. Cat Jarman takes an exclusive tour of Norwich Castle with Dr. Tim Pestell and learns more about its extraordinary history and collection.
The Senior Producer on this episode was Elena Guthrie.
The Producer was Rob Weinberg.
It was edited by Seyi Adaobi.
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