🎧 Becoming an Anglo-Saxon King
🎧 Gone Medieval • 33m
Throughout April, Gone Medieval is your perfect companion for the forthcoming coronation of King Charles III. In this episode Dr. Cat Jarman asks what did kingship really mean in the first half of the medieval period? How and when did we start to have kings in what later was to become England? And what was the actual significance of a coronation? All these questions and more are explored with Dr. Levi Roach, a specialist in Early Medieval kingship.
This episode was edited by Pete Dennis and produced by Rob Weinberg.
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