The Cathedrals of Great Britain; Their History and Architecture

The Cathedrals of Great Britain; Their History and Architecture

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...olive branch. 17. Daniel. 18. Job, staff, and prophesying the Resurrection. 19. Shem. Middle Stage--Upper Tier--20. Isaiah, a saw. 21. Hosea, skull at his feet, and scroll, "O death, I will be thy plagues." 22. Jonah, a fish at his feet, and scroll in his hand, " Salva tion is of the Lord." 23. Zephaniah, holding a torch and scroll, "The great day of the Lord is near." 24. St. Michael, in armour, with spear and shield. 25. Bishop Hacket, holding the open Bible. 26. Bishop Lonsdale, model of Eton College Chapel at his feet. 27. Bishop Selwyn, his hand resting on the head of a Melanesian boy. Bishop of New Zealand, 1841 to 1867. Bishop of Lichfield, 1868 to 1878. 28. Vacant. Middle Stage--Lower Tier--29. Ezekiel, wheel, with Evangelistic emblems. 30. Joel, locust at his feet, and scroll in his hand, " Jehovah is God." 31. Micah, with foot upon an idol; and the words, "Who is God like unto Thee," in a scroll. 32. Haggai, unfinished temple at his feet, and pointing upwards, and scroll, " Go up to the mountain." 33. St. Raphael, a pilgrim's staff, as a messenger of God. 34. Bishop Clinton, A.d. 1129, model of a Norman church. 35. Bishop Patteshull, A.d. 1240, wearing a chasuble, as shown on his effigy in the Cathedral. 36. Bishop Langton, A.d. 1296, model of the Lady Chapel at his feet. 37. Vacant. Lower Stage of Kings--38. St. Chad, A.d. 669, pastoral staff, first Bishop of Lich field. 39. Peada, A.d. 665, embracing the cross. 40. Wulphere, A.d. 657, shield, and model of Peterborough Monastery. 41. Ethelred, A.d. 657, four scrolls, indicating the four sub divisions of the great Mercian Diocese, Lichfield, Worcester, Hereford and Chester. 42. Offa, A.d. 755, archiepiscopal mitre. 43. Egbert, A.d. 827, orb and sceptre. First sole monarch of Saxon...show more

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  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 268g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236678168
  • 9781236678164

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