On November 9th, 2022 our team presented a public event about Lowbury Hill, Oxfordshire as part of Oxford County Council and Goring Public Library’s “Mystery of Lowbury Hill” events programme. Our team contributed a two part lecture on the history and archaeology of Lowbury Hill and a poetry reading of Roland Mathais’ poem Lowbury Hill. This event was generously hosted by Our Lady & St. John’s Catholic Church, Goring-on-Thames and supported by The Friends of the Goring Library.
You can find a recorded version of the lectures and poetry reading here. Recordings of seminars and lectures hosted by the Classics Department at the University of Reading can be found here.
Lowbury Hill: A Century of Research… – (2:16) – Summer Courts (University of Reading)
The Mystery of Lowbury Hill: The Finds, Roman coins – (49:10) – Angie Bolton (Oxfordshire Museum Service)
A Reading of Roland Mathais’ “Lowbury Hill” (1946) – (1:21:40) – Prof. Amy C. Smith (University of Reading)
Our special thanks go out to Kate Cheng; Dr. Sophie Beckett; Seongmee Yoon; Anna Dillon; Hedley Thorne; the Friends of the Goring Library; Oxfordshire Museum Services; and Edward A S Ross, without whom this event and video would not have been possible.
We would also like to express our sincere gratitude to all of our attendees and especially those who completed our survey. Your feedback was contributing to Seongmee’s research.