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DOUGLAS AND MIDGE CONNELL
John Aubrey was one of the best-connected scholars and antiquaries in the great decades of the British scientific revolution. A Broad Chalke resident, he was renowned as one of the fathers of English archaeology for his work at Stonehenge and Avebury. Dr William Poole, co-editor of Aubrey’s complete correspondences, will provide an expert guide to his many diverse achievements as an all-round virtuoso.
This is the first in our series of talks on the Chalke Valley History Heroes – look out for the others on Cecil Beaton, Anthony Eden, William Golding, Henry Lamb and Terry Pratchett.