2 edition of account of some of the incised & sepulchral slabs of north-west Somersetshire found in the catalog.
account of some of the incised & sepulchral slabs of north-west Somersetshire
R. W Paul
Errata slip inserted
|Statement||With lithographic plates|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 35, iii p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||35|
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Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol." Upwards of forty slabs. An Endeavour To Classify The Sepulchral Remains In Northamptonshire, Or A Discourse On Funeral Monuments, In That County, Delivered Before The Members Of The Religious And Useful Knowledge Society, At Northampton [Hartshorne, Charles Henry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
An Endeavour To Classify The Sepulchral Remains In Northamptonshire, Or A Discourse On Author: Charles Henry Hartshorne. 19 A book - An Account of some of the Incised and Sepulchral Slabs of North West Somersetshire by R W Tring Market Auctions A book - An Account of some of the Incised and Sepulchral Slabs of North West Somersetshire by R W Paul, with lithographic plates, published in L.
The History and Antiquities of Somersetshire;: Being a General and Parochial Survey of that Interesting County. To which is Prefixed an Historical Introduction, with a Brief View of Ecclesiastical History; and an Account of the Druidical, Belgic-British, Roman, Saxon, Danish, and Norman Antiquities, Now Extant.
Gawthorpe, ‘Some remarks on Stones used for Ancient Brasses and Incised Slabs’, The Builder (16 February ), pp Girling, F.A., English Merchants’ Marks: a field survey of marks made by merchants and tradesmen in England between and (London. Full text of "Monumental brasses and slabs: an historical and descriptive notice of the incised monumental memorials of the Middle Ages: with numerous illustrations" See other formats.
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Chapter Diary. Exmoor Chapter - Next Meeting Date: Wednesday January 22nd - Special Feature - to receive a presentation of 'In Camera' led by Ray Beckingham and his team. Account. The Treasurer in Account with the Somersetshire Archceological History Society, from January 1st to December Dr.Dec.
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Ancient Origins articles related to somerset in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends. (Page 1 of tag somerset).
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Badham, Sally and Malcolm Norris. Early Incised Slabs and Brasses from the London Marblers. Society of Antiquaries of London Barker, William Robert.
Mark's, or, the Mayor's Chapel, Bristol. Hemmons Bateman, Thomas and Stephen Glover. Vestiges of the antiquities of Derbyshire, and the sepulchral usages of its. A short history of sepulchral cross-slabs: with reference to other emblems found thereon ; with notes and illustrations of examples found in the British Isles.
A ledger stone or ledgerstone is an inscribed stone slab usually laid into the floor of a church to commemorate or mark the place of the burial of an important deceased person. The term "ledger stone" derives from the German word legen, meaning to lie.
Ledger stones may also be found as slabs forming the tops of tomb chest monuments. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
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_Batcombe_, a small village equidistant (3 m.) from Cranmore, Evercreech, and Bruton stations, has an interesting church. The tower, one of the finest in Somerset, is of marked individuality, combining features belonging to.
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The story of Somersetshire: with a new map of the county, and upwards of ninety illustrations of abbeys and churches.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.The slab is edged with a raised moulding, similar to that outlining the cross itself; the latter contains interlace, different on each part of the cross (Allen and Anderson), and recent dating would put it in the tenth century (Fisher, 45).
Another gravemarker, ‘a smaller sepulchral slab, incised with three swords’, of.