The Leaves of Southwell Project Presents:
a talk by Professor Philip Dixon
9 February 2021
2.00pm on Microsoft Teams
The Chapter House has been subject to a series of excavations and studies over the last couple of years. Join Philip Dixon, Cathedral Archaeologist, as he explores what is now known of this fascinating building and discusses how our ancient ancestors created one of the greatest buildings of the 13th century – he’ll also show us how its very existence was due to decisions by a new Archbishop!
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About Professor Philip Dixon
Philip started his career off by serving in the Royal Navy before studying Art at the Slade and Modern History at Oxford. Since then, Philip was a lecturer in medieval archaeology in many universities including University of Nottingham, Durham University and Christchurch, Canterbury. During the past thirty years, Philip has also been involved as a consultant or contractor in many projects. Since 1981, Philip has been the consultant archaeologist at a range of cathedrals (currently Southwell Minster, Ely, Lincoln, Selby Abbey and Leicester). He has been the director of many excavations including Southwell’s from 1991 to present today.
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