You the Jury – Casebook 6
This course will appeal to those with an interest in Archaeology, Ancient History, History and Art History
The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb and the iconic treasures within may be world-famous, but how much do you know about the man behind the tomb? This course will explore the life of the prince then pharaoh Tutankhamun; his statuary, reliefs, building work and other achievements of his short life. It will be impossible to ignore his death, tomb and funerary equipment but the focus of this course will be on a historical figure rather than the discovery of a famous tomb.
Tutor: Luchia Gahlin
Monday 15 – Tuesday 16 June
Fee:£ 281 253 253 197
Diane Janes is an award-winning author, who has written five highly regarded crime novels and four respected factual books on real life historical murders. She is regularly invited to lecture on crime and social history to a wide variety of audiences, in locations as diverse as cruise ships and village halls, and her first work of non-fiction, Edwardian Murder: Ightham & the Morpeth Train Robbery is now referenced in academic text books on the history of policing. She has personally researched each of the cases chosen for the Dillington jury’s consideration.
Her published work includes the novels:
The Magic Chair Murder
The Poisoned Chalice Murder
Stick or Twist
Swimming in the Shadows
Why Don’t You Come For Me?
The Pull of the Moon
Death at Wolf’s Nick
The Case of the Poisoned Partridge
Poisonous Lies – The Croydon Arsenic Mystery
Edwardian Murder – Ightham & the Morpeth Train Robbery