3 edition of Saint Edmund"s Chapel, Dover, and its restoration. found in the catalog.
Saint Edmund"s Chapel, Dover, and its restoration.
Terence Edmund Tanner
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, iv, 44 p.|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||79485715|
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Near to the Maison Dieu, in Dover, the monks of the Priory of St Martin established a cemetery for the poor with its own small chapel. Consecrated on 30 March by Bishop Dover of Chichester, it was dedicated to St Edmund.
Reconsecration Saint Edmunds Chapel the Chapel in It could be said that this little chapel is perhaps miraculous. St Edmund's Chapel is a church in Dover, England, dedicated to St was completed in as a wayside chapel or chapel of rest for the cemetery for the poor beside the Maison Dieu, just outside the enclosed part of the medieval town, a short distance above Biggin Gate, and for pilgrims setting off for Thomas Becket's shrine at Canterbury Cathedral.
It was restored and re-lacquered. On the book rest is the St. Mary’s Church Book of Remembrance that was dedicated on 9 September and reprinted in Some references muddle this book with the Dover Patrol Golden Book – the Book of Remembrance that can be seen at the Church of St.
Margaret of Antioch, St. Margaret’s at Cliffe. On the north side of Market Square, in medieval times, stood Dover’s parish church of St. Peter. Its churchyard is believed to have covered the ground from the east of present day Cannon Street to Castle Street and along Church Street to St.
Mary ’ s churchyard. Present day Dickens corner is approximate the site of the Church’s altar. Edmund of Canterbury died in exile in France inbut his friend Richard of Chicester (who would also be canonized) wanted to honor him in England, so he built a small chapel in Dover: Near to the Maison Dieu [the hospital] the monks of the Priory of St Martin established a cemetery for the poor with its own small chapel.
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The interior of the castle comprises two sections. Its keep and the castle rooms. A narrow winding staircase emerges first in St Martin’s chapel.
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The chapel has been much defaced and many figures and ornaments have disappeared, but something has been done towards restoration at the cost of the Master and Fellows of Jesus College; the new portion of the floor was laid at the cost of the Rev.
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This was the Book of Common Prayer, a first national imprint of Protestantism. Full text of "Sermons preached in St. Edmund's College Chapel on various occasions" See other formats.
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2 The body of St. Edmund, K. & M., had been preserved in it during the Danish invasions, before it was carried to Bury St. Edmunds by Cnut for burial. It shared the decay of the cathedral, and in the last days it was repaired, as was the west end, by Inigo.
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