Historian and author, Elizabeth explored the story of Westminster before 1512, using the three remaining buildings which have survived fire, bombs and floods.  She described how, all at the same time, it was the King's most important palace, the home of royal administration and justice, and the meeting-place of Parliament.

During her talk, Elizabeth mentioned the visualisation project of St Stephen's Chapel that she worked on with the University of York.  Please find these extraordinary and beautiful images here:  https://virtualststephens.org.uk

Her book St Stephen's College, Westminster 1348-1548: A Royal Chapel and English Kingship (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2020) is now available in hardback and ebook format   CLICK HERE   Members should contact us for a 40% discount code.

A recording of the talk will be available 3 months after the live event on our YouTube channel.