3 edition of antiquities of Glastonbury found in the catalog.
antiquities of Glastonbury
William of Malmesbury
|Statement||by William of Malmesbury ; translated by Frank Lomax.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.G45 W513 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||95113371|
The authors of this book have let the characters speak for themselves.'Robert Sandall, The Sunday Times If you've never been to Glastonbury, Crispin Aubrey and John Shearlaw have provided a fascinating oral history to tell you what you've missed.'Daily Mail " The history and antiquities of Glastonbury [by C. Eyston]. To which are added (1. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Full text of "The architectural history of Glastonbury abbey".
The final section deals with the cultural life of the abbey: Glastonbury's role in education is discussed and the concluding essay deals with the most magical of all Glastonbury legends - its link with Joseph of Arimathea and the butors: PHILIP RAHTZ, MICHAEL D. COSTEN, C.J. BOND, , ROBERT W. DUNNING, LESLEY ABRAMS, JAMES. Cadbury Castle, formerly known as Camalet, is a Bronze and Iron Age hillfort in the civil parish of South Cadbury in the English county of is a scheduled monument and has been associated with King Arthur's legendary court at Camelot.. The hillfort is formed by a hectares ( acres) plateau surrounded by ramparts on the surrounding slopes of the limestone Cadbury on: Near South Cadbury and Yeovil, Somerset, .
Get this from a library! The history and antiquities of Glastonbury.: To which are added, (i.) The endowment and orders of Sherington's chantry, founded in Saint Paul's Church, London. (2.) Dr. Plot's letter to the Earl of Arlington concerning Thetford. To all which pieces (never before printed) preface is prefix'd, and an appendix subjoyn'd, by the publisher Thomas Hearne, M.A. William of Malmesbury, researching in the ancient library of the Glastonbury Abbey that was burnt to the ground in the year of CE, did preserved the records in which he investigated only a few years earlier between the years of CE. His written testimony and legacy is called “ The Antiquities of Glastonbury ”.
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William of Malmesbury (c. ) was an Medieval English historian. He is most famously known for his Gesta regum Anglorum. After the success of the Gesta, William of Malmesbury was invited by the monks of Glastonbury to compile its history.
The treatise present in this volume, was written between and /5(1). The History and Antiquities of Glastonbury [by C. Eyston]. to Which Are Added (1). the Endowment and Orders of Sherington's Chantry, Founded in Saint Paul's Church Hardcover – May 6, by Charles Eyston (Author)Author: Charles Eyston.
The History And Antiquities Of Glastonbury: Collected From Various Authors () by William Dugdale (Author). 20 hides Abbot of Glastonbury aforesaid afterwards altar ancient Angles antiquity Apostle Archbishop of Canterbury Arthur Avallonia Baldred Benignus Beorwald Berthwald Bishop of Winchester Blessed Bregored brethren Bridget Britain Britons brother bury called Celtic Chap charter Christ Christian church of Glastonbury confirmed consent cross.
The history and antiquities of Glastonbury [by C. Eyston]. To which are added (1). The endowment and orders of Sherington's chantry, founded in Saint Paul's church; London. (2) Dr. Plot's letter to the earl of Arlington concerning Thetford.
To all which pieces a preface is prefix'dVolume 1 The history and antiquities of Glastonbury [by C. Eyston]., English, Latin, Book, Illustrated edition: The antiquities of Glastonbury: y William of Malmesbury / translated by Frank Lomax. William of Malmesbury. 2 The histories and antiquities of Glastonbury, by an anonymous author, who intitles it, a little monument to the once famous Abbey and Borough of Glastonbury.
Fundatio & Statuta Cantaræ Sheringtonæ in Ecclesia Cathdrali Divi Pauli Londini. Dr Plot’s letter to the right honourable Henry (Bennett) the Earl of Arlington, concerning Thetford.
William of Malmesbury on the Antiquity of Glastonbury is an article from PMLA, Volume View more articles from this article on this. THE ANTIQUITY OP GLASTONBURY. guised interpolation, and may probably proceed from a hand other than that of the inventor of the initial chapter.
The account of Glastonian saints being completed, De Antiquitate proceeds to specify certain treasures belonging to the monastery. William of Malmesbury wrote a book on the history of Glastonbury abbey which mainly exists unadulterated in the latter half of the present arrangement of DA from chapter 34 onwards.
We can assume that the format of title heading followed by elucidation as is marked out nowadays by chapters is how William first arranged his : Francis Lot.
Raymond Capt has 34 books on Goodreads with ratings. Raymond Capt’s most popular book is Traditions of Glastonbury: The Biblical Missing Years. History and antiquities of Glastonbury: Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: Authors: Hearne T: City: Oxford: Library: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library: Binding: Bound in red goatskin by C.
Lewis, with stamp 2 in gold on the covers: Binder: Lewis, Charles (London) Call Number: DAG45 H4 *. Full text of "William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the kings of the earliest period to the reign of King Stephen" See other formats. The author of the Cronica, known to us as John of Glastonbury, may well have been John Seen, an historian in the Abbey who flourished between about and the s and who also chronicled the Trojan War (perhaps because Britain's legendary founder Brutus was a Trojan).4/5.
William's first edition of the book was followed by the Gesta Pontificum Anglorum (Deeds of the English Bishops) in For this vivid descriptive history of abbeys and bishoprics, dwelling upon the lives of the English prelates saints, notably the learned wonder-working Aldhelm, abbot of Malmesbury, William travelled widely in stayed at Glastonbury Abbey for a time, composing On.
William of Malmesbury entitled his book De Antiquitate Glastoniensis Ecclesiae. It is unfortunate that it has come to be commonly described as 'The Antiquities of Glastonbury'. For the author's purpose was plainly indicated by his title.
Doubt had been cast on the early date of Glastonbury. GLASTONBURY, A Novel of The Holy Grail, is the book I was born to write. Just as the search for the Holy Grail is the centerpiece of this page novel covering years of English history, so the stories of King Arthur have been a centering passion for my life/5.
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In The Antiquities of Glastonbury (ca. ), William of Malmesbury explains that the name of Glastonbury came from a British king named Glasteing, who followed a sow until he found her under an apple tree; hence he called the place ‘Insula Avallonia’ or ‘Apple Island’ (‘avalla’ meaning ‘apple’).
William also offers the.© - Hoffman Printing, West Shawnee, Muskogee, OK () -Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm CST [email protected] this from a library! The history and antiquities of Glastonbury. To which are added (1) The endowment and orders of Sherington's chantry (2) Dr. Plot's letter to the Earl of Arlington concerning Thetford.
To all which pieces (never before printed) a preface is prefix'd, and an appendix subjoyn'd. [Thomas Hearne; Charles Eyston; Richard Rawlinson; Walter Sherington; Robert Plot; Pre.