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The abbey of Ambresbury

Samuel Birch

The abbey of Ambresbury

A poem. Part the first.

by Samuel Birch

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Published by printed for T. Cadell; J. Sewell; and J. Debrett in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 1290, no. 15.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[6],28p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16859207M

W. H. ADAM of Evesham (d. ), was a monk of Notre Dame de la Charité-sur-Loire, Nièvre, afterwards joined to Cluny, and became prior of Bermondsey in , and for that monastery he obtained important privileges in from Henry he was made abbot of Evesham, where he completed the cloister, finished St. Egwine's shrine, glazed many of the windows, and made an ://:Dictionary_of_National_Biography_volume_djvu/ Walter de Poher, Lord of Hungerton, granted during the reign the church of Hungerton, with that of Barkly, to the same abbey. About Robert de Poher granted the chapel appendant to the church of Barkly, together with the tithes of corn and hay in part of Thurmodeston, to the Abbey of St. Mary of ~dnapower/genealogy/history/

Abbey aisle Alderbury Ambresbury Amesbury ancient architecture Area Aubrey barrow Bedwyn belonging birds Bishop bones Bradford on Avon called Calne chalk chancel chantry chapel of St Chippenham chirchwardens Chittern colour Corsham Cuckoo Devizes District Domesday Earl Earl Nelson eggs endowed Engl feet in circumference fields figures find   Biography. Adam was a native of Damerham, Hampshire, a village belonging to Glastonbury wrote a history of the abbey entitled Historia de Rebus gestis Glastoniensibus, which exists in a manuscript in the library of Trinity College, Cambridge, possibly the author's own has been published by Thomas Hearne in two volumes. The first volume, however, does not contain any part of

  The Domesday Book records lands in five counties. After the fire the abbey was rebuilt, along with the construction of St Mary's Chapel, finally completed in the 14th century. After the dissolution of the monasteries in the 's the abbey was abandoned and eventually quarried for Boudicca’s Obelisk. The mythology linking Boudicca to Epping Forest is a strong one – stemming from the 18th Century belief that Ambresbury Banks was Boudicca’s Camp during the time of her rebellion against the Romans. It is also believed that she died somewhere in the uplands north of the Forest, either through eating poison berries or bleeding out into the waters of the Cobbins


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