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Binsey : Oxford's holy place : its saint, village, and people

Author: Lydia Carr; Russell Dewhurst; Martin Henig
Publisher: Oxford : Archaeopress, [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This book examines how our ancestors lived, how they hunted, examines the tools and weapons they made and, most importantly, what they left behind. The book also challenges the term `Creswellian',  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Church history
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lydia Carr; Russell Dewhurst; Martin Henig
ISBN: 1905739842 9781905739844
OCLC Number: 891676442
Description: x, 147 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Forewords (Christopher Lewis and Clare Sykes); Introduction and Acknowledgements; A Poet's View: St Margaret's Church at Binsey (Nigel Speight); The Legends of Saint Frideswide (John Blair); St. Frideswide's Binsey as Sacred Space (Martin Henig); Pilgrimage to Binsey: Medieval and Modern (Lydia Carr); The Clergy of Binsey (Russell Dewhurst); Life in Binsey as Recorded in the Church Registers (Carl Boardman); Binsey: A Church in its Landscape (Julian Munby); Binsey and Lewis Carroll (Edward Wakeling); Gerard Manley Hopkins and `Binsey Poplars' (Beatrice and Peter Groves); The Perch and its Predecessors (Mark Davies); Meeting God at Binsey: Holy Ground, then and now (Martin Henig)
Responsibility: edited by Lydia Carr, Russell Dewhurst, and Martin Henig.


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