Mark Donnelly – Panels

donnelly_IMan at Arms Part I: Ancient, Classical and Dark Age (5000 BCE– 11th century)
Friday, 6PM-7PM
Hoplology: On the History, Use and Evolution of Weapons and Armor – Part I -Ancient, Classical and Dark Age (5000 BCE – 11th century)
Presented by Professor Mark P. Donnelly assisted by KADS scholar Alexander Stuart

donnellyIIMan at Arms Part II: The Middle Ages (11th – 16th centuries)
Saturday, 11:30AM-12:30PM
Hoplology: On the History, Use and Evolution of Weapons and Armor – Part II – The Middle Ages (11th – 16th centuries)
Presented by Professor Mark P. Donnelly assisted by KADS adept Robert Earhart

donellyIIIMan at Arms Part III: The Renaissance (16th-18th centuries)
Saturday, 2:30PM – 3:30PM
Hoplology: On the History, Use and Evolution of Weapons and Armor – Part III – The Renaissance
Presented by Professor Mark P. Donnelly assisted by KADS scholar Scott Mann

Victoria Cross Gallery- Crimean WarMan at Arms Part IV: Regency and Victorian (18th-19th centuries)
Sunday, 11:30AM – 12:30PM
Hoplology: On the History, Use and Evolution of Weapons and Armor – Part IV – Regency and Victorian (18th-19th centuries)
Presented by Professor Mark P. Donnelly assisted by KADS scholar Robert Sandusky

Professor Donnelly and KADS (Keystone Academy of Dueling) will also be offering a series of Private Lessons at $20 a person/session. Pre-register!


donnelly2016aProfessor Donnelly epitomizes the ideal of a true Gentleman Badass
NEW YORK POST

Mark P. Donnelly is a multi-award winning Author, Historian, Screenwriter, and Television Producer as well as internationally renowned Duelist, Swashbuckler, and constant gentleman.

Professionally, M. P. Donnelly has scripted and/or produced nearly 200 hours of historical documentary television for Discovery Channel, History Channel, BBC, PBS, National Geographic, and numerous European networks.

He is also the author or co-author of twenty non-fiction books on a wide variety of historical subjects. He is also inordinately fond of Port and would be happy to recount anything he has learned if you happen to have a fine bottle to share.

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