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Index monasticus

Taylor, Richard C.

Index monasticus

or, The abbeys and other monasteries, alien priories, friaries, colleges, collegiate churches, and hospitals, with their dependencies, formerly established in the diocese of Norwich and the ancient kingdom of East Anglia, systematically arranged and briefly described, according to the respective orders and denominations in each country ...

by Taylor, Richard C.

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Published by Printed for the author by R. and A. Taylor in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Norfolk.,
  • Suffolk.,
  • Cambridgeshire.
    • Subjects:
    • Monasticism and religious orders -- England -- Norfolk.,
    • Monasticism and religious orders -- England -- Suffolk.,
    • Monasticism and religious orders -- England -- Cambridgeshire.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBy Richard Taylor ...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX2594.N7 T3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination 6 p. 1, xxxii, [1], 132 p. :
      Number of Pages132
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6918850M
      LC Control Number02019082
      OCLC/WorldCa6458843

      RICHARD TAYLOR: INDEX MONASTICUS OR THE ABBEYS AND OTHER MONASTERIES ALIEN PRIORIES FRIARIES COLLEGES COLLEGIATE CHURCHES AND HOSPITALS WITH THEIR DEPENDENTS FORMERLY ESTABLISHED IN THE DIOCESE OF NORWICH AND THE ANCIENT KINGDOM OF EAST ANGLIA , London , 1st edition, 1 volume in 2 divided into Norfolk and . The Book of Common Prayer, Richard Mant, , together with Vindication of the Government, Doctrine and Worship of the Church of Richard Taylor, Index Monasticus; or The Abbeys and Other Monasteries, Alien Priories, Friaries, Colleges, Collegiate Churches, and.

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      g Index Monast. p. Pat. 55 Hen. Ill. m. 15 et de quadam placea terre vocata le Strond concessa Fratribus Pradicatoribus ad of the river; but they left one of their order to dwell in the old site, and continued to perform service in the church. The precinct of this Convent, which was afterwards called. The Cambridge History treats the Bible as a central document of Western civilization, a source of exegesis and of doctrine, an influence on education, on the growth of scholarship, on art and literature, as well as on the liturgy and the life of the Christian church and its members.


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Index Monasticus or, The Abbeys and other Monasteries Alien Priories Friaries Colleges Collegiate Churches and Hospitals with their dependencies, formerly established in the Index monasticus book of Norwich and the ancient kingdom of East Anglia, systematically by TAYLOR Richard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Hardcover.

Index monasticus: or, The abbeys and other monasteries, alien priories, friaries, colleges, collegiate churches, and hospitals, with their dependencies, formerly established in the diocese of Norwich and the ancient kingdom of East Anglia, systematically arranged and briefly described, according to the respective orders and denominations in each country.

This book describes 'what it says on the tin' as perceived in the second half of the 17th century. During this time England went from the somewhat puritanical Commonwealth (multipractice but still limited tolerance; when many local and regional religious records were not kept or did not survive for eg) Index monasticus book restoration of the monarchy and more traditional, though still changed, protestant Church.

Bibliography. Binns, Alison () Studies in the History of Medieval Religion 1: Dedications of Monastic Houses in England and Wales –, Boydell Cobbett, William () List of Abbeys, Priories, Nunneries, Hospitals, And Other Religious Foundations in England and Wales and in Ireland, Confiscated, Seized On, or Alienated by the Protestant "Reformation" Sovereigns and Parliaments.

Richard Cowling Taylor (18 January – 26 October ) was an English surveyor and geologist. Life. Taylor, third son of Samuel Taylor, farmer, was born at Hinton, Suffolk, on 18 January He was educated at Halesworth, and articled to Mr.

Webb, land surveyor at Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, in July He received further instruction from William Smith (–), the. Full text of "The Norfolk Topographer's Manual: Being a Catalogue of the Books and " See other formats.

Among other curious illustrations that book contains a portrait of the author arrayed in his doctor's robes. From Cuningham's perspective map and the view in Braun, Richard Taylor made the very interesting picture of old Norwich given in his ‘Index Monasticus,’ a copy of which, by F.

Basire, appears in the ‘Record of the House of Gournay.’. TAYLOR, RICHARD COWLING (–), antiquary, third son of Samuel Taylor, farmer, was born at Hinton, Suffolk, or at Banham in Norfolk, on 18 Jan.

He was educated at Halesworth, and articled to Mr. Webb, land surveyor at Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, in July —— Index Monasticus.

The Abbeys & other Monasteries formerly established in the diocese of Norwich & kingdom of East Anglia. London Thompson, Alexander Hamilton. —— Cambridge & its Colleges. Illustrated by E. New. (Little Library.) Tulloch, Principal. —— Rational Theology in England in the xvii Century.

2 vols. A Deed is cited by Blomefield (Hist. Norf. ), by which Anselm, Abbot of St. Benet’s, Hulme, and the Convent there, gave to Osbern, the priest (said by Blomefield to have been a son of Griffin de Thwait, the founder of the Paston family), the land of St. Benet’s of Paston (terram Sancti Benedicti de Paston), in fee, for half the farm of one caruca, as his ancestors used to pay for.

TAYLOR (RICHARD) Index Monasticus Formerly Established in the Diocese of Norwich, half-title, title printed in red and black, 4 engraved folding maps (2 hand-coloured in outline), engraved plate of armorial shields, bookplate of Charles Steward, contemporary half calf, folio, Lackington, SWINDEN (HENRY) The History and Antiquities of the Ancient Burgh of Great Yarmouth in the County.

Julian of Norwich. cc The book was the first written in English by a woman. The Religious Houses from R. Taylor ‘Index Monasticus’ Detail of R. Taylor’s map showing St Julian’s Church and anchorage. Created in by UEA Film, Media and Television students Ciei Leng, Jade Mander and Gregory Rikowski.

Taylor in the Index Monasticus, p. speaks of an- other Hospital in Bury dedicated to St. Stephen, between the East. gate and bridge and St. Nicholas's Hospital, on the north side of the Street.

Gillingwater, he says, adds that some remains of it were visible in his time. The pre- sent owner, Philip Bennet, Esq. DUNWICH. Index Monasticus: Or the Abbeys and Other Monasteries, Alien Priories, Friaries Formerly Established in the Diocese of Norwich and the Ancient Kingdom of East Anglia BTEC Nationals Sport and Exercise Science Student Book + Activebook: For the specifications (BTEC Nationals Sport and Exercise Science ) by Adam Gledhill, Mrs Amy.

Page 57 - Si qua in futurum ecclesiastica secularisve persona, hanc nostre constitutionis paginam sciens, contra eam temere venire tentaverit, secundo tertiove commonita, nisi presumptionem suam congrua satisfactione correxerit, potestatis honorisque sui dignitate careat reamque se divino judicio existere de perpetrata iniquitate cognoscat et a sacratissimo corpore et sanguine Dei et Domini.

3 volumes, folio, contemporary leather, modern rebacking in leather, new endsheets, illustrated with engraved pre title, some text illustrations and plates many folding, [40], ; 3, [14], 2, ; [6], [ first index in volume 3] pp.

Leather scuffed in places, one plate missing top half, a second possibly missing bottom portion of plate, but image appears complete. Inhaving raised funds for publication by subscription, he published ‘Index Monasticus’, which was a survey of the religious foundations across the medieval diocese of Norwich.

I have wanted a copy of this since when, during an archaeological study weekend, Dr Tim Pestell mentioned it to me. Preview this book» What people are Index to the Names of Persons and Places.

Other editions - View all. in primis siquidem statuentes ut ordo monasticus qui secundum Deum et beati Benedicti regulam atque institutionem Cisterciensium fratrum in eodem monasterio institutus esse dinoscitur perpetuis ibidem temporibus inviolabiliter.

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The White Nuns considers Cistercian women and the women who were their patrons in a clear-eyed reading of narrative texts and administrative records.

In rejecting long-accepted misogynies and misreadings, Constance Hoffman Berman offers a robust model for. Templari J. De Molay - Priorato New York, Canton (Georgia) (Canton, Georgia).

likes. PRECETTORIA Jacques De Molay CANTON G.A. U.S.A. Commendatore Anna CalemmeFollowers: Richard Taylor in his Index Monasticus describes how in about one Philip de Cowgate settled lands there upon William de Calthorpe, alias Suffield, "upon condition that the brethren of Mount Carmel should enter and dwell there without any molestation, for ever, and serve God therein".

In addition to the founder, who was buried there in monasticon (plural monasticons) A book giving an account of monasteries. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the edition of Webster’s Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain.