2 edition of Eynsham Abbey, 1005-1228 found in the catalog.
Eynsham Abbey, 1005-1228
Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-181) and index.
|LC Classifications||BX2596.E97 G67 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||92250102|
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This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters. The minster church at Eynsham, Oxfordshire, was founded in the 7th or 8th Eynsham Abbey and refounded in as a Benedictine abbey. The excavations carried out by Oxford Archaeology revealed substantial remains of the abbey, tracing its history from its foundation until the Dissolution in For five hundred years the small village of Eynsham in Oxfordshire has lived with the hazy memory of a great Benedictine abbey Eynsham Abbey once flourished at its heart.
In recent years major archaeological excavations 1005-1228 book revealed much of the abbey s remains and intriguing evidence of settlement going back years.
Bishop Eric Gordon's book, Eynsham Abbey,was published by Phillimore, just in time to appear on the retail market, and for subscribers to receive their copies, before Christmas.
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Eynsham Abbey was a Benedictine monastery in Eynsham, Oxfordshire, in England between and King Æthelred allowed Æthelmær the Stout to found the abbey in There is some evidence that the abbey was built on the site of an earlier minster, probably founded in the 7th or 8th centuries.
The site is a Scheduled Historic on: Eynsham, Oxfordshire, England. Eynsham Abbey By the end of the 10th century, the young nation of England was in a desperate situation.
Repeated attacks by invaders from Scandinavia - the Vikings - and a sense that the world was literally coming to an end, a thousand years after Christ’s birth, meant that kings sought to please God, and guarantee his help, by doing good.
HOUSES 1005-1228 book BENEDICTINE MONKS 1. THE ABBEY OF EYNSHAM. The Benedictine abbey of Eynsham, under the patronage of St. Mary, was first founded in by Æthelmar, the Ealderman, and endowed with the manors of Eynsham, Shifford, Shipton-on-Cherwell and Yarnton in Oxfordshire; Esher and Ditton in Surrey; Mickleton in Gloucestershire; and the church of St.
Ebbe in Oxford with land. Eynsham Abbey, by Gordon, Eric and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Eynsham Abbey:Phillimore, OS Ordnance Survey ORO Oxfordshire Record Office (formerly Oxfordshire Archives) PRO Public Record Office VCH Oxon The Victoria History of the County of Oxford FRONT COVER The front cover of the paperback edition by Piccolo Pan Books of the book discussed here on page 3.
Illustration by Yvonne File Size: KB. The Abbey is also illustrated outside the Church by a plaque on the Car Park wall and some information about the Abbey is also published on Eynsham OnLine.
The Abbey Church was to the north of this site on the oldest part of the Church of England graveyard, but the far end of the graveyard of St Peter's lies over the site of the Abbey Cloister.
Mollie Harris (–), actress and author, lived in Eynsham and wrote a book about it (From Acre End, ). Tommy Vance (–) was a BBC Radio 1 and Virgin Radio disc jockey born in Eynsham.
Anthony J. Batten (born ), Canadian visual artist, was born at Eynsham Hall. See also. Crossings of the River Thames; Locks on the River District: West Oxfordshire. Eynsham Cartulary Volume 49 [Eynsham abbey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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He spent days in the forest alone and afraid until a monk found him and brought him to the Eynsham Abbey/5. Book Description: The Lost Abbey of Eynsham will be of interest not just to local historians but to those with an interest in the development of monasticism and medieval art and architecture, particularly the Romanesque.
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The foundation of Eynsham Abbey was marked by the production of what in its original form would have been one of the most imposing of all the charters issued in King Æthelred’s name, and perhaps at the same time one of the most symbolic of its : Simon Keynes.
After the Norman invasion ofthe prosperous abbey in Eynsham seems to have received an angry kicking from the victors. A chronicler records that, “Eynsham Abbey has been laid waste at the Conquest, and its brethren had fled, frightened of the enemy.” A fair amount of fisticuffs have been associated with all-out rioting.
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Eynsham Abbey, Eric Gordon Not In Library. Not In Library. Oxfordshire parish registers. Not In Library. Read. Heralds' College and coat-of-arms. Eynsham was 'Ælfric's abbey' in more ways than one, since it was founded - in a way - for him. He was its first abbot, and it was founded in by his patron Æthelmær, the head of one of the leading families of Anglo-Saxon : Clerk of Oxford.
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(Herbert Edward), Publication date Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor PIMS - University of Toronto Language English Volume Book entry under 'Salter' 27 Addeddate Bookplateleaf 4 Call number AKMPages: EYNSHAM OXFORDSHIRE A VILLAGE AND ITS ABBEY. Eynsham is a village situated six miles west of Oxford in the Upper Thames Valley.
Supporting a population of around people, it retains most of its medieval core, and a strong community identity. Between and Oxford Archaeology excavated a large part. Eynsham Abbey was a Benedictine monastery in Eynsham, Oxfordshire, in England. King Æthelred allowed Æthelmar to found the abbey in After the Norman Conquest the abbey was reopened in The abbey flourished until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in Location: Eynsham, West Oxfordshire.
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Eynsham cartulary. [Oxford] Printed for the Oxford historical Society at the Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: H E Salter; Eynsham abbey.
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