2 edition of Saxon bishops of Wells found in the catalog.
Saxon bishops of Wells
J. Armitage Robinson
by Pub. for the British academy by Milford, Oxford University Press in London
Written in English
|Series||British academy. Supplemental papers -- IV|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||69|
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Holders of bishoprics founded between and in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Some then lapsed completely, or simply moved their seat. For Saxon dioceses in other countries, see those countries' bishop categories.
For the dioceses see Category:Anglo-Saxon dioceses. Inclusion rules. If the seat moved beforeboth seats are categorised here (e.g. Lindisfarne and Durham). Get this from a library. The Saxon bishops of Wells: a historical study in the tenth century.
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Although events and services are currently not taking place in the Cathedral, you can find out about everything we are doing during this time using the pages below The Anglo-Saxon and Norman churches at Wells / Warwick Rodwell --The history of Wells Cathedral, c.
/ Antonia Gransden --The building of Wells Cathedral, I: / John H. Harvey --The building of Wells Cathedral, II: / John H. Harvey --Wells sculpture / Pamela Tudor-Craig --The Mediaeval stained glass of Wells The charters of Bath and Wells make up the thirteenth volume in the Anglo-Saxon Charters series and the eighth to be edited by Susan Kelly.
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