Royal Murder, Friars and Beer: Archaeological Building Recording Workshop

Help to identify and record the archaeology of this historic friary

Wednesday, July 26, 2017 - 10:00 to Thursday, July 27, 2017 - 16:00

Christies Bar, 73 Kinnoull St, Perth PH1 5EZ

Royal Murder, Friars and Beer: Archaeological Building Recording Workshop

This event is now fully booked.

 

In 1437, King James I of Scotland was brutally murdered in his bedchamber in the Blackfriars Dominican Friary in Perth.  Join us as we look for evidence to identify the site of the Friary - the scene of the crime. 

 

Become an Urban Detective! Help to identify and record the archaeology of the site in a series of single day workshops led by the Scotland's Urban Past team; discover and interpret the architectural clues that might be revealed in the building fabric and the cellar walls of Christies Bar.

 

Due to the venue, participants must be over 18 years of age.  Workshops will involve a period of time working in a confined space below ground level and will require high mobility for cellar access/egress.

 

****Also due to space, we require a registration and will need to filter applicants based on experience and skillset. Please list your experience on the form. ****