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Glastonbury

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Glastonbury

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... Burials at Glastonbury Abbey ... ... Glastonbury Festival ... ... Glastonbury Town F.C. players ... ... People from Glastonbury ... ... Pages in category "Glastonbury" The following 27 pages are in this category, out of 27 total... ... A Abbot's Kitchen, Glastonbury Avalon C ... ... Chalice Well Church of St John the Baptist, Glastonbury G Glastonbury ... ...bury G Glastonbury Glastonbury Abbey Glastonbury Canal Glastonbury Can... ...val) G cont. Glastonbury Cricket Club Glastonbury F.C. Glastonbu...

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Chapters on the Early History of Glastonbury Abbey

By: Greswell, William Henry Parr, 1848-1923

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HISTORY OF GLASTONBURY ABBEY Title: CHAPTERS ON THE EARLY HISTORY OF GLASTONBURY ... ...... ...BBEY This edition is limited to Jive hundred copies. S. MICHAEL'S TOWER, GLASTONBURY. CHAPTERS ON THE EARLY HISTORY OF GLASTONBURY ABBEY BY THE REV... ... PRINTERS Preface. |N making a short contribution to the early history of Glastonbury Abbey I feel that I need offer no apology, as the old Tor itsel... ...s of antiquity. Must we always adhere to the litcra scripta in speaking of Glastonbury ? It is the land of legend, romantic figures, and shadowy heroe... ... H. P. GRESWELL. DODINGTON RECTORY, May 24, 1909. Contents. Chap. Page I. GLASTONBURY AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD 1 II. GLASTONBURY AND ITS CHURCHES . . 20... ...NBURY AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD 1 II. GLASTONBURY AND ITS CHURCHES . . 20 III. GLASTONBURY AND THE SEVERN SEA . 53 IV. GLASTONBURY AND THE SAILOR SAINTS .... ...BURY AND THE SEVERN SEA . 53 IV. GLASTONBURY AND THE SAILOR SAINTS . 69 V. GLASTONBURY AND THE CELTIC CHURCH 91 VI. GLASTONBURY AND ITS KINGS . . .121... ...KINGS . . .121 LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS 153 Illustrations. S. Michael's Tower, Glastonbury . . frontispiece Brent Knoll and S. Brent Church (S. Michael's)...

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Glastonbury Festival

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... E Emily Eavis Essential Glastonbury F Festival Republic... ...G Glade Festival GlastoPoem Glastonbury Glastonbury (film) Glastonbury Anthems ... ... Glastonbury (film) Glastonbury Anthems Glastonbury Fayre Glastonbury Fayre (album) ... ...bum) G cont. Glastonbury Festival Glastonbury Festival 2008 Glas... ...lastonbury Festival 2008 Glastonbury Festival 2009 Glastonbury Festival 2010 Glastonbury Festival 2011 ... ...lastonbury Festival 2010 Glastonbury Festival 2011 Glastonbury Festival 2013 Glastonbury Festival 2014 ... ...lastonbury Festival 2013 Glastonbury Festival 2014 Glastonbury Festival 2015 Glastonbury Festival line-ups ... ...onbury Festival 2015 Glastonbury Festival line-ups Glastonbury the Movie J John Pe... ... FM Pages in category "Glastonbury Festival" The following 37 pages are in this category, out of...

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Statement of the Town of Glastonbury Concerning Their Petition Vs. The Town of Wethersfield to Make the Connecticut River the Boundary Line between Said Towns

By: Glastonbury, Conn.

...RAL ASSEMBLY, MAY SESSION, A. D. 1873. P 104 u4 G5 STATEMENT Copy 1 TOAYN OF GLASTONBURY CONCEKNING THJEIR I^ETITION vs. THE TOWN OF WETHERSFTELD TO M... ...CASE, LOCKWOOD & BRAINARD, PRINTERS. 1873. By tranKf"^ JUL! r 19GB TOWN OF GLASTONBURY vs. TOWN OF WBTHERSFIELD. General Assembly, May Session, A. D... ...make the Conuecticut River the Boundary Line between said towns. The town of Glastonbury having appointed, at its adjourned Annual Town Meeting, held ... ...owns, as claimed by said Town of Wethersfield, and admitted by- said Town of Glastonbury in part, crosses the said Connecti- cut River twice, leaving ... ...n controversy about the location of this line. As early as 1844, the town of Glastonbury passed votes agreeing to sus- tain its citizens in paying the... ...isputed land to our town, and in refusing to pay such taxes to Wethersfield. Glastonbury has collected those taxes, and Wethersfield has not attempted... ...es, and Wethersfield has not attempted to enforce their collection. In 1870, Glastonbury brought their Petition to the General Assembly for the altera... ...s answer, " fix and estabhsh " boundaries until it is accepted by the Court. Glastonbury does not propose to permit a Report to be accepted, if in the... ...ience and injustice to each of said towns and particularly to said 'I'own of Glastonbury." Perhaps we have stated it too broadly. It is, so far as we ...

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Glastonbury, Edmonton

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... Glastonbury ... ... Location of Glastonbury in Edmonton Coor... ... 2,474 Glastonbury is a newer residential neighbourhood in west Edmonton, Alberta,... ... According to the 2001 federal census, all residences in Glastonbury were constructed after 1995.[8] The most co... ...aphics In the City of Edmonton's 2012 municipal census, Glastonbury had a population of 70035984000000000005,984 living in 70032474... ...   Glastonbury   ... ... ^ http://censusdocs.edmonton.ca/DD23/FEDERAL%202001/Neighbourhood/GLASTONBURY.pdf ^ Duplexes include triplexes... ... ^ http://censusdocs.edmonton.ca/C05002/MUNICIPAL%202005/Neighbourhood/GLASTONBURY.pdf ^ "2009 Municipal Census Res... ... External links Glastonbury Neighbourhood Profile ...

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Statement of the Town of Glastonbury Concerning Their Petition Vs. The Town of Wethersfield to Make the Connecticut River the Boundary Line between Said Towns

By: Glastonbury, Conn.

... 130 % G5 V 2 GENERAL ASSEMBLY, MAY SESSION, A.D. 1873. STATEMENT TOWN OF GLASTONBURY CONCERNING THEIR PETITION vs. THE TOWN OF WETHERSFTELD TO MAKE ... ...NS. HARTFORD: CASE, LOCKWOOD & BRATNARD, PRINTERS. 1873. copy Z TOWN OF GLASTONBURY VS. TOWN OF WETHERSFIELD General Assembly, 3Iay Session, A. D. ... ...ke the Connecticut River the Boundary Line between said towns. The town of Glastonbury having appointed, at its adjourned Annual Town Meeting, held Oc... ...ns, as claimed by said Town of Wethersfield, and admitted by- said Town of Glastonbury in part, crosses the said Connecti- cut River twice, leaving a ... ...controversy about the location of this line. As early as 1844, the town of Glastonbury passed votes agreeing to sus- tain its citizens in paying their... ...puted land to our town, and in refusing to pay such taxes to Wethersfield. Glastonbury has collected tliose taxes, and Wethersfield has not attempted ... ..., and Wethersfield has not attempted to enforce their collection. In 1870, Glastonbury brought their Petition to the General "Assembly for the alterat... ...ience and injustice to each of said towns and particularly to said Town of Glastonbury." Perhaps we have stated it too broadly. It is, so far as we kn... ...f James Wriglit, the then owner of Wright's Island, said Island was set to Glastonbury, thereby changing the line of 1770 westward where it struck the...

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Glastonbury Anthems

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... English Glastonbury Anthems is a DVD featuring live performances from the Glastonbu... ...or by fans on the official festival website. Extras include A Visit to the Glastonbury Greenfields, Glastonbury by Air, a 1995 interview with Michael ... ...ith Michael and Jean Eavis, a photo gallery and footage from the 1971 film Glastonbury Fayre Producer: Ben Challis. Co-producer: C... ...7-2004), Declan Lowney (1994-2004) & Phil Heyes (2004). A Visit To The Glastonbury Greenfields directed and Produced by Dorian Williams. Released ... ...de (2004) See also Glastonbury Glastonbury Fayre ... ...onbury Glastonbury Fayre Glastonbury the Movie External links ... ... External links Official Glastonbury Festival website US website ... ...ategories English-language films Glastonbury Festival 2005 films ...

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Statement of the town of Glastonbury concerning their petition vs. the town of Wethersfield to make the Connecticut River the boundary line between said towns

By: Glastonbury, Conn.
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Glastonbury (film)

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... English Glastonbury is a 2006 rockumentary film directed by Julien Temple which det...

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Statement of the town of Glastonbury concerning their petition vs. the town of Wethersfield to make the Connecticut River the boundary line between said towns

By: Glastonbury, Conn.
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Glastonbury Fayre

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... documentary film directed by Nicolas Roeg and Peter Neal of the 1971 Glastonbury Festival which was held on 20–24 June 1971. About the film ... ...ne 1971. About the film The film is the first attempt to document the Glastonbury Festival which in 1971 was in its second year. Glastonbury Fa... ... the soundtrack. An album of performances from the festival, Revelations: Glastonbury Fayre, was also released in 1972 and has since become a rare co... ...lbum. A four-minute clip of the film featured on the extras of the 2005 Glastonbury Anthems DVD. An 87-minute DVD of Glastonbury Fayre is availab... ...rumpton and the Riots Tonto's Expanding Head Band Bostik Swastika * Glastonbury Glastonbury the Movie Fansite with pictures of the 1971 ...

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Wells and Glastonbury, a Historical and Topographical Account

By: Holmes, T. Scott (Thomas Scott), 1852-1918; New, E. H. (Edmund Hort), 1871-1931, Illus;

...Wells and Glastonbury, a Historical and Topographical Account by Holmes, T. Scott (Thomas Scott), 1852-1918; New, E. H. (Edmund Hort), 1871-1931, Illus; published by London, Methuen and Co...

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Glastonbury chair

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...oak, possibly based on a chair made for Richard Whiting, the last Abbot of Glastonbury, England. The Glastonbury chair was known to exist since the Ea... ...rom a description brought back from Rome in 1504 by Abbot Richard Beere to Glastonbury Abbey, and was produced for or by John Arthur Thorne, a monk wh...

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A Feodary of Glastonbury Abbey

By: Glastonbury Abbey; Weaver, F. W. (Frederic William), B. 1853; Mayo, Charles Herbert, 1845-1929

...F. W. WEAVER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org GLASTONBURY ABBEY Title: A FEODARY OF GLASTONBURY ABBEY Author: F. W... ...... ...ociety can ever hope to explore the manuscript sources of the history of the Glastonbury manors is very doubtful. Of the material still in existence t... ...till in existence the late Canon Jackson wrote (Vol. V, xxiv), " The mass of Glastonbury documents at Longleat is quite extraordinary, and would stagg... ...Reformation Churchwardens' Accounts. BISHOP HOBHOUSE. V. 1891. Custumaria of Glastonbury Abbey, XHIth Century. C. I. ELTON, Q.C. VI. 1892. Pedes Finiu... ...in Buckland Priory. REV. F. W. WEAVER, M.A., F.S.A. XXVI. 1910. A Feodary of Glastonbury Abbey. REV. F. W. WEAVER, M.A., F.S.A. IN PREPARATION. Star C... ...lgar Square, W.C. CHURCH, REV. CANON, Wells, Somerset. CLARK, W. S., Street, Glastonbury. COLES, REV. V. S. S., Pusey House, Oxford. COMMANS, J. E., n... ... Cricket St. Thomas, Chard. GIBBS, H. M., Barrow Court, Flax Bourton, R.S.O. GLASTONBURY ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, THE, Glastonbury. GOOD, T., Castle Baile... ...on both sides, and is occupied by the Secretum of Walter Monington, Abbot of Glastonbury from 1341 to 1374. To this is prefixed a contemporary calenda...

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Glastonbury Thorn

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Recent Discoveries at Glastonbury Abbey : An Account of the Excavations Undertaken by Mr. F. Bligh Bond, With His Notes Upon the Discoveries : Together with a Short History of the Abbey

By: Mantle, George E; Bond, Frederick Bligh, 1864-1945

...ERIES. : 'dH| l?By GEORGE E. MANTLE. ^w.. 690 .645 M28 1911 IMST AUTHOR'S, Glastonbury : Gazette" Printing Co., High Street. TOGETHER WITH A SHORT HIS... ...Supporting the Groined Roof of the Refectory Vault. (Page 28.) :: AT :: GLASTONBURY ABBEY. An Account of the Excavations Undertaken by Mr. F. BLIGH... ...eral parts, readers are referred to Mr. Bond's " Architectural Handbook of Glastonbury Abbey.*' CHAPTER I. GLASTONBURY ABBEY: ITS FOUNDATION AND DI... ...BBEY: ITS FOUNDATION AND DISSOLUTION. TTTHE RUINS of the renouned Abbey at Glastonbury, J I V beautiful in their desolation, mark the site of JL. Chri... ... us believe, to the very days of the Apostles. The glory and repute of the Glastonbury of the Middle Ages led its faithful monks to make far-reaching ... ... the information and guidance of succeeding generations. The beginnings of Glastonbury Abbey, in point of fact, are lost in the realms of legend ; but... ... Abbey, in point of fact, are lost in the realms of legend ; but, although Glastonbury is not mentioned either by Bede or by the authors of the Saxon ... ... the letters of St. Boniface. Professor Freeman has left it on record that Glastonbury is, " on any showing, a tie between the Briton and the Englishm... ...ples of that apostle, introduced the Christian religion in this country at Glastonbury circa 63 A.D., and obtained permission to settle there from the...

Subject: Glastonbury Abbey; Excavations (Archaeology) -- England Glastonbury

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Glastonbury Abbey

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... Glastonbury Abbey was a monastery in Glastonbury, Somerset, England. The ruins are now a grade I listed bu... ...t Richard Whiting (Whyting) was hanged, drawn and quartered as a traitor on Glastonbury Tor in 1539. From at least the 12th century the Glastonbu... ...end of King Arthur, a connection promoted by medieval monks who asserted that Glastonbury was Avalon . Christian legends have also claimed that the ... ...founded by Joseph of Arimathea in the 1st century. History Suggestions that Glastonbury may have been a site of religious importance in Celtic or p... ...ntimately tied to Robert de Boron 's version of the Holy Grail story and to Glastonbury's connection to King Arthur, which dates at least to the e... ...rthur, which dates at least to the early 12th century.Ashe pp.83–90 and p.279 Glastonbury fell into Saxon hands after the Battle of Peonnum in 658.... ...sex enriched the endowment of the community of monk s already established at Glastonbury. He is said to have directed that a stone church be built i... ... be built in 712, the foundations of which now form the west end of the nave. Glastonbury was ravaged by the Danes in the 9th century. The contempo... ...9th century. The contemporary reformed soldier Saint Neot was sacristan at Glastonbury before he went to found his own establishment in Somerset. ...

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The Last Abbot of Glastonbury and His Companions, An Historical Sketch

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Glastonbury, Connecticut

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...93. The population was 34, 427 at the 2010 census . The town was named after Glastonbury in Somerset, England . Glastonbury is located on the ban... ...135.2 km2, of which 132.8 km2 is land and 2.4 km2, or 1.76%, is water. The Glastonbury Center CDP has a total area of 12.7 km2, of which 3.30% i... ... the major residential area developed from the 1970s until late '90s. Part of Glastonbury resides in an area called "Kongscut Mountain", locally call... ...d Lake is limited to members of the Diamond Lake Property Owners Association. Glastonbury has one of largest state forests, Meshomasic State Forest,... ...s, Meshomasic State Forest, a popular area for hiking, fishing, and hunting. Glastonbury borders the town and cities of East Hartford, Wethersfiel... ...Hebron, Bolton, and Manchester . Principal communitiesAddisonBuckinghamEast GlastonburyGlastonbury Center HopewellSouth Glastonbury Demographics ... ...st continuously operating ferry in the United States still runs between South Glastonbury and Rocky Hill, also then part of Wethersfield, as it did a... ...ity . Noah Webster was a student in these classes; later he taught at one of Glastonbury's one-room schoolhouses. Glastonbury freed its slaves in t... ... the town residents renamed Glassenbury to Glastenbury., Historical Society of Glastonbury, Connecticut In the 18th and early 19th centuries, Glastenb...

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Glastonbury : The Historic Guide to the English Jerusalem

By: Marson, Charles Latimer, 1858-1914

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: GLASTONBURY Author: C. L. MARSON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Liter... ...Baths and Pageant, post free from John Hatton, Director, The Baths, Bath. GLASTONBURY . THE " ENGLISH JERUSALEM " v : 1 ; , > <: ,'f/ K I Interior o... ...ASTONBURY . THE " ENGLISH JERUSALEM " v : 1 ; , > <: ,'f/ K I Interior of Glastonbury Abbey (temp. Henry VII.). Glastonbury : The Historic Guide to ... ...." C. L. Marson, M.A., Perpetual Curate of Hambridge, Nr. Taunton. Arms of Glastonbury Abbey. With sketches by H. S. Stewart, and other illustrations.... ...n pages 17, 20 and 22, and the one facing page 17 ; and to Mr. Hulbert, of Glastonbury, for courteously allowing the use of several of his pictures. ... ... even in the days when there is no open vision Illustrations. Interior of Glastonbury Abbey (temp. Henry VII.) ........ frontispiece Robert Morden's ... ...Chapel of Our Lady ............ 33 The Galilee Porch . . . . . . . . ,, 48 Glastonbury Abbey as at present . . . . ,, 49 Glastonbury Abbey, from Stuke... ...ry Abbey, from Stukeley's "Itiner- arium Curiosum," 1724 . . . . . . ,, 56 Glastonbury, Somerset, from an old print dated IS" ........ .. .. 57 The Tr... ... . . . . . . . . . . ,, 96 Abbot Whytyng's Chasuble . . . . . . 97 Arms of Glastonbury Abbey . . . . . . . . Title-page St. Dunstan, Bodleian Library ...

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Glastonbury Canal

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...The Glastonbury Canal ran for just over 14mi through two locks from Glastonbury to Highbridge in Somerset, England, where it entered the River ... ...uthorised by Parliament in 1827 and opened in 1834. It was operated by The Glastonbury Navigation & Canal Company. Most of it was abandoned as a navig... ...avigation in 1854, when a railway was built along the towpath. Background Glastonbury is situated in an area of low-lying land, through which rivers ... ...period, and the waterways were later used by the monks who were located at Glastonbury Abbey, both for draining the land and for transport of produce.... ...One of the key promoters for a canal was Richard Prat, who was a lawyer in Glastonbury, had been the town clerk since 1813, and held several important... ...r section to simplify the water supply. Work resumed in July 1828. At the Glastonbury end, the canal was required to cross the South Drain and the Ri... ...queduct for the River Brue crossing was obtained for nearly £3, 000 from a Glastonbury blacksmith called John Wright. At the Highbridge end, the plans... ... celebrations at both ends of the canal and a cavalcade from Highbridge to Glastonbury and back. A second celebration for the "respectable trading cla... ... Sewers, but the firm's collapse had a serious effect on the prosperity of Glastonbury. On the upper section, the final pond prevented the proper dra...

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Glastonbury Abbey, A Poem. [Followed By] Minor Poems

By: C. Cookson, Glastonbury Abbey
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Glastonbury Tor

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... Glastonbury Tor is a hill at Glastonbury in the English county of Somerset, topped by the roofless... ...ticularly in myths linked to King Arthur . Etymology The origin of the name "Glastonbury" is unclear but when the settlement was first recorded in t... ...e it to the post-Roman period and connect it with the Dark Age occupation on Glastonbury Tor. The 1970 excavation suggests the 12th century or later... ...been visited and perhaps occupied throughout human prehistory. The remains of Glastonbury Lake Village nearby were identified in 1892, showing that ... ...ing Roman pottery suggest it was visited on a regular basis. Excavations on Glastonbury Tor, undertaken by a team led by Philip Rahtz between 196...

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Glastonbury : The Historic Guide to the English Jerusalem

By: Marson, Charles Latimer, 1858-1914

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: GLASTONBURY: THE HISTORIC GUIDE TO THE "ENGLISH JERUSALEM" Author: C. L. MA... ...Baths and Pageant, post free from John Hatton, Director, The Baths, Bath. GLASTONBURY . THE "ENGLISH JERUSALEM" interior of Glastonbury Abbey (tetnp... ...HE "ENGLISH JERUSALEM" interior of Glastonbury Abbey (tetnp. Henry VII.] Glastonbury : The Historic Guide to the "English Jerusalem." BY C. L. Marso... ... C. L. Marson, M.A., Perpetual Curate of Hamhridge, /''-. Taunton. Anns of Glastonbury Abbey. With sketches by H. S. Stewart, and other illustrations.... ...n pages 17, 20 and 22, and the one facing page 17 ; and to Mr. Hulbert, of Glastonbury, for courteously allowing the use of several of his pictures. ... ...even in the days when there is no open vision. Illustrations. Interior of Glastonbury Abbey (icnip. Henry VII,) frontispiece Robert Morden's Map of S... .... Joseph's Chapel of Our Lady „ 33 The Galilee Porch . . . . . . . . ,, 48 Glastonbury Abbey as at present . . . . ,, 49 Glastonbury Abbey, from Stuke... ...nbury Abbey, from Stukeley's "Itiiier- arium Curiosum," 1724 .. .. .. „ 56 Glastonbury, Somerset, from an old print dated 1811 : „ 57 The Tribunal . .... ... . . . . . . . . . ,, 96 Abbot Whytyug's Chasuble . . . . . . „ 97 Arms of Glastonbury Abbey . . . . . . . . Title-page St. Dunstan, Bodleian Library ...

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Glastonbury F.C.

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Peter Lightfoot, Monk of Glastonbury, And the Old Clock at Wells ; A Poem with an Illustrated Account of the Clock

By: Howgrave Graham, R. P. (Robert Pickersgill), B. 1880

...-GRAHAM Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF GLASTONBURY Title: PETER LIGHTFOOT-MONK OF GLASTONBURY Author: R. P. H... ...d by the Avalon Press, "Central Somerset Gazette" Office, 27, High Street, Glastonbury. 1922. </0 CONTENTS. Page The Prism 6 Dedication 7 Preface 910... ...es and Evidential Features.... 46 Conclusions 48 49 Poem: Peter Lightfoot: Glastonbury Abbey A.D. 1325 5056 ILLUSTRATIONS. Frontispiece. Plate I. The ... ...n, being kindled anew while I was making a photographic study of Wells and Glastonbury, moved me to write for my own pleasure the lines printed at the... ...ncaustic tiles of the utmost interest even to the purely casual visitor at Glastonbury. Excavation, restoration, even mere preservation, are hard prob... ...ok during the first year will go to the fund, and the portion employed for Glastonbury work will be used at the sole discretion of Mr. Bligh Bond " hi... .... PETER LIGHTFOOT AND THE OLD CLOCK AT WELLS. AMID the teeming memories of Glastonbury and Wells, reaching back into the dim poetic traditions' of rem... ...ke Abbot Adam of Sodbury, Bishop Jocelin of Wells, and Peter Lightfoot the Glastonbury monk. Of these the last appears in such tantalizing half-lights... ...orologe. We may suppose that Peter Lightfoot himself glorified his work at Glastonbury with a representation of the planetary system in som 13 more o...

Peter Lightfoot, Monk of Glastonbury ; Clocks and watches -- England Wells

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Glastonbury Lake Village

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... Site of Glastonbury Lake Village ... ... Location near Glastonbury Region ... ... reference Megalithic Portal Glastonbury Lake Village was an iron age village on the Somerset Levels nea... ...on the Somerset Levels near Godney, some 3 miles (5 km) north west of Glastonbury, Somerset, England. It has been designated as a Scheduled Ancie... ...d a local medical student, and son of a local mayor and the founder of the Glastonbury Antiquarian Society.[6] The excavation of the area was started ... ... The site and the finds from it are the property of the Glastonbury Antiquarian Society. It is included in the Heritage at Risk Reg... ... Many of the finds from the site are on display in the Glastonbury Lake Village Museum at The Tribunal in Glastonbury High Street,... ... References ^ "Glastonbury Lake Village". National Monuments Record. English Heritage. Ret... ...Heritage. Retrieved 16 March 2011.  ^ "Glastonbury Lake Village". Somerset Historic Environment Record. Retrieved ...

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Peter Lightfoot, monk of Glastonbury, and the old clock at Wells ; a poem with an illustrated account of the clock

By: Howgrave Graham, R. P. (Robert Pickersgill), B. 1880
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Glastonbury Fayre (album)

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...ic [1] Glastonbury Fayre is a triple album released in 1972, comprising performanc... ... released in 1972, comprising performances by acts who had appeared at the Glastonbury Festival in 1971 (see Festival line-up 1971). The album came in... ... References ^ "allmusic ((( Glastonbury Fayre Festival [3-LP Re-release] > Overview )))". www.allmus... ... Glastonbury Festival ... ... Glastonbury Fayre (film) ... ... (film) Glastonbury Fayre (album) ... ...(album) Glastonbury the Movie ... ... Essential Glastonbury ... ...tonbury Glastonbury Anthems ...

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An History of the Abbey of Glaston; And of the Town of Glastonbury

By: Warner, Richard, 1763-1857; Fiske, Willard, 1831-1904

...orldLibrary.net AN HISTORY OF THE ^H^r^ Of Crlac^ton^ AND OP THE TOWN OF GLASTONBURY. BY THE REV. RICHARD WARNER, RECTOR OF GREAT CHALFIELD, WILTS; ... ... Bely Miss, Ashcot, Somerset. Blake , esq; M.D. Taunton. Bond George, esq; Glastonbury. BotfieldMrs. Beriah, Norton Hall, Northamptonshire. Botfield B... ...use, Somerset. Buckler John, esq; Spa Road, Bermondsey. Burgess J. H. esq; Glastonbury. Burrard Rev. Geo. M.A. Vicar of Middleton Tyers, Yorkshire, &c... ...m Elton, hart. Emery George, esq; Banwell, Somerset. Emery John Ball, esq; Glastonbury. Evans William, esq; Bath. Everett Joseph, esq; Heytesbury, Wil... ...erset. Hoare Mrs. Hampstead Heath. Hoare Miss, ditto. Holman Richard, esq; Glastonbury. Hood Mrs. Wootton House, Somerset. Howe Shuckborough, esq; Mer... ... J. H. esq; Compton Pauncefoot, Somerset. Hunt H. esq; Lord of theManor of Glastonbury. Hunter Rev. Joseph, Bath. James R. esq; Glastonbury. Jenkins R... ... &c.&c. Law Rev. R. V., M.A. Prebendary of WeUs, &c. &c. Lewis Mr. George, Glastonbury. Lucy James, esq; ditto. LibraryofNew College, Oxford. Library ... ...l of Bengal. Pen John, esq; Governor of Portland Island. Penny Harry, esq; Glastonbury.. Pennel Mrs. Lyme, Dorset. Phelips J. esq; Montacute House, So... ...y J. P. esq; Somerton Erleigh. Poole Thomas, esq; Nether-SUmey. Prat Miss, Glastonbury. Prat R. P. esq; Glastonbury. Prat S. esq; ditto. Putt Rev. T. ...

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Glastonbury Canal (medieval)

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...the middle of the 10th century to link the River Brue at Northover () with Glastonbury Abbey, a distance of about 1.75 kilometres (1,900 yd). Its... ... At this period Dunstan, the abbot, was engaged in reconstructing Glastonbury Abbey and the canal was needed to import the stone and other bu... ...er Sheppey at Pilton.[5] From the 11th century onwards Glastonbury Abbey became the centre of a large water-borne transport networ... ... ^ a b c Gathercole, Clare (2003). An archaeological assessment of Glastonbury. English Heritage Extensive Urban Survey. Taunton: Somerset Cou... ... ^ a b c d Hollinrake, Charles; Hollinrake, Nancy (2007). "Glastonbury's Canal and Dunstan's Dyke". In Blair, John. Waterways and Cana... ... ^ Rippon, Stephen (2004). "Making the Most of a Bad Situation? Glastonbury Abbey, Meare, and the Medieval Exploitation of Wetland Resource... ... ^ Recalled in Morland, John (1922). "The Brue at Glastonbury: Roman road, Pons Perilis, Beckery Mill". Proceedings (Taunton,... ...istence under the northern side of Wyrral Hill to the Abbot's fish pond at Glastonbury  Categories ... ...n Somerset History of Somerset Glastonbury 10th-century establishments in England ...

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The Gate of Remembrance : The Story of the Psychological Experiment Which Resulted in the Discovery of the Edgar Chapel at Glastonbury

By: Bond, Frederick Bligh, 1864-1945

...TS : LONGMANS, GREEN AND CO., FOURTH AVENUE AND THIRTIETH STREET PLATE I. GLASTONBURY ABBEY. View from the site of the north transept, looking toward... ...OLOGICAL EXPERIMENT WHICH RESULTED IN THE DISCOVERY OF THE EDGAR CHAPEL AT GLASTONBURY BY FREDERICK BLIGH BOND, F.R.I.B.A. DIRECTOR OF EXCAVATIONS AT ... ... EXCAVATIONS AT GLASTONBURY ABBEY AUTHOR OF "the ARCHITECTURAL HANDBOOK OF GLASTONBURY ABBEY " SECOND EDITION OXFORD B. H. BLACKWELL BROAD STREET 1918... ...his friend, together with all the archaeological knowledge of the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey that was accessible before the excavations were begun. In... ... of a work which might possibly jeopardise the high reputation he enjoys. GLASTONBURY Grey among the meadows, solitary, bare : Thy walls dismantled, ... ...ND SYNOPSIS - - - - 169 xiii LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ILATE PACK I. Ruins of Glastonbury Abbey viewed from North Transept, looking towards the Broken Ar... ... El K2. Fig. I. — Plan from Phelps's "Somerset," reproduced i.\ Warner's " Glastonbury." Shewing in dotted lines the reminiscence of an eastward Lady'... ... of this chapel. \ THE GATE OF REMEMBRANCE DISCOVERY OF THE EDGAR CHAPEL, GLASTONBURY ABBEY: AN ACCOUNT OF A PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERIMENT The following i... ...eteenth century, and still remains of the greatest usefulness to students. Glastonbury Abbey having passed out of private hands into the custody of a ...

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Glastonbury the Movie

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... English Glastonbury the Movie is a 1996 (and as Glastonbury the Movie In Flashback ... ...d as Glastonbury the Movie In Flashback (2012)) documentary film about the Glastonbury Festival produced and directed by William Beaton, Robin Mahoney... ...and Matthew Salkeld. About the film Glastonbury the Movie is the second film made of the Glastonbury Festival a... ...the Movie is the second film made of the Glastonbury Festival after 1971's Glastonbury Fayre. Like the earlier film, it mixes footage of bands playing... ... June 29, 2012 saw the UK cinema release of Robin Mahoney's Glastonbury The Movie In Flashback, re-worked as new with contemporary digi... ... roots-to-branch re-structuring. In the summer of 2013 Glastonbury the Movie In Flashback was released for the first time on Downl... ... Dexter Fletcher See also Glastonbury Anthems Glastonbury ... ... What Culture film review Glastonbury the Movie at the Internet Movie Database ... ...ategories English-language films Glastonbury Festival British documentary films ...

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The Last Abbot of Glastonbury, And Other Essays

By: Gasquet, Francis Aidan, Cardinal, 1846-1929

...Public Library.org ONBURY, AND OTHER ESSAYS Title: THE LAST ABBOT OF GLASTONBURY, AND OTHER ESSAYS Author: FRANCIS AIDAN GASQUET Language: Engli... ...... ...NEW YORK: THE MACMILLAN CO. BOMBAY: A. H. WHEELER & CO. THE LAST ABBOT OF GLASTONBURY AND OTHER ESSAYS BY FRANCIS AIDAN GASQUET, D.D. ABBOT PRESIDENT... ...ybe well to make the following remarks. The first item : The Last Abbot of Glastonbury, was pub- lished in 1895 as a small book for a special occasion... ...s together memorials of the destruction of the great Benedictine abbeys of Glastonbury, Reading, and Colchester, and gives a brief sketch of the tragi... ...n undertaken by him. Francis Aidan Gasquet. CONTENTS I. The Last Abbot of Glastonbury Chap. I. Glastonbury II. Richard Whiting .... III. Richard Whit... ... X. St. Gregory the Great and England Index LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS View of Glastonbury and the Tor (From Hollar's Print) Toface p. i Interior View of ... ... the Choir ofGlastonburyAbbey Church ......,,,, 20 The Pegged Grace-Cup of Glastonbury Abbey „ „ 54 Facsimile ofPart of Crumwell's " Remem- brances " ... ...Facsimile ofPart of Crumwell's " Remem- brances " Ora/. 59 General View OF Glastonbury Tor . . Toface p. 64 Summit of Tor Hill .....„,, 68 A Glastonbu...

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Glastonbury : a Township, 1693

By: Bidwell, Ray W
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A Guide to Glastonbury and Its Abbey

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