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Distinctiveness and Assimilation: Fully Booked

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Wednesday 7 February 2018 
Djanogly Theatre
Admission free
Places are limited so please book in advance on 0115 846 7777

Stone sculpture provides evidence for the assimilation of the Vikings into Anglo-Saxon society, where Anglo-Saxon motifs are combined with Norse motifs to produce hybrid forms. In this talk, Paul Everson of the University of Keele will explore Viking Age stone sculpture in the East Midlands showing its characteristic elements and how hybrid forms emerged.