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Hexham and its abbey

Charles Clement Hodges

Hexham and its abbey

by Charles Clement Hodges

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Published by Gibson and son, B.T. Tatsford, ltd in Hexham, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Charles Clement Hodges, and John Gibson.
ContributionsJ. G
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 154, (3) p., col. front., illus., plates, fold. map., fold. p.lans
Number of Pages154
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19711658M

  -I. The priory of Hexham, its chroniclers, endowments and annals: 1. Prior Richard's history of the church of Hexham; 2. Prior Richard's account of King Stephen and the Battle of the standard; 3. Prior John's continuation of the chronicle of Simeon; 4. Aelred, abbat of Rievaux, on the saints of the church of Hexham; 5. Hexham Abbey was dedicated to the Benedictine order with its tradition of study and copying of the scriptures. It was disciplined and structured, the epitome of the Roman model of Christianity. The abbey was also a cathedral church with its own bishop. This Anglo-Saxon church, of which only the crypt remains, occupied the space of today’s nave.

Great Hall, Hexham Abbey / Saturday 28th March Afternoon Teas inside Hexham Abbey’s Great Hall followed by a screening of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. A sophisticated comedy studded with sparkling moments, Breakfast at Tiffany’s tells the story of two bohemians falling in love against a .   Much loved and memorable - Hexham Abbey, Northumberland “Hexham is as handsome a market town as you will find anywhere, and the imposing priory is a central part of what makes it memorable.I.

Expedia has a wide range of information about Hexham Abbey whether its about nearby hotels, flights or local attractions in Hexham Abbey. Expedia can provide you with our knowledge as well as great deals. Thinking of planning a city break to Hexham Abbey. Hexham station lies on the Tyne Valley Line between Newcastle and Carlisle, serving the small market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Opened by the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, and dating back to , Hexham is one of the oldest purpose-built railway stations in the world, and home to a quite extraordinary piece of architecture.


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