Interesting London based lectures

 Here are some, I think, quite interesting lectures


* Canaletto - Grand Designs (The Museum of London)
  How was Canaletto received in 18th Century London and what art did he do there?
  on Monday, 8 March at 13:00:00
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 * UCL Lunch Hour Lecture (UCL)
  The end of Roman Britain: what ended, when and why?  Dr Andrew Gardner (UCL Institute of Archaeology)
  on Tuesday, 9 March at 13:15:00
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 * Robert Hooke, Micrographia, and experimental physiology in the early Royal Society (Hunterian Museum, London)
  Number one of a series of evening talks at the Hunterian Museum on the connections between microscopy and medicine.
  on Wednesday, 10 March at 19:00:00
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 * Town and Crown: Why London never became an imperial capital (The Museum of London)
  How London developed differently from the other great capitals of Europe, thanks to our constitutional monarchy.
  on Thursday, 11 March at 18:00:00
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 * Unknown Ghosts of London (The Old Kings Head)
  This talk will look at some of London’s lesser-known ghosts.
  on Thursday, 11 March at 20:00:00
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