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John of Glastonbury

Cronica sive antiquitates Glastoniensis ecclesie : text with introduction, notes, and commentary
  • 417 Pages
  • 2.54 MB
  • English
British Archaeological Reports , Oxford, England
Glastonbury A
StatementJames P. Carley.
SeriesBritish archaeological reports -- 47, i-ii
ContributionsCarley, James P.
LC ClassificationsDA690.G45 J62
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. (lii, 417 p.) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22343757M
ISBN 10086054009X

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Crow deftly weaves through the years of. JOHN (fl. ), called of Glastonbury, historian, a Benedictine monk of Glastonbury, wrote a history of his abbey. In his preface he states that he had added many things which William of Malmesbury had omitted, and had rearranged the early history in better order.

First published in Glastonbury's Oracle magazine John Michell ( – ) put Glastonbury firmly on the map as capital of the New Age world. He wrote 40 books, the most influential being his book The View Over Atlantis.

Professor Ronald Hutton said this was “almost the founding document of the modern earth mysteries movement.”.

A Glastonbury Romance was written by John Cowper Powys (–) in rural upstate New York and first published by Simon and Schuster in New York City in March An English edition published by John Lane followed in It is the second of Powys's Wessex novels, along with Wolf Solent (), Weymouth Sands () and Maiden Castle ().

Powys was an admirer of Thomas Hardy. JOHN MICHELL. has been involved with Glastonbury since the Sixties, and his major works have attracted many people to this ancient centre of British mysticism.

His numerous books and pamphlets cover a diverse range of subjects, but they have a common theme: the re-emergence of the traditional worldview and the ancient science and John of Glastonbury book. Buy Glastonbury: The Complete History of the Festival First Edition by Bailey, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Everyday low Reviews: K. The legends which tie the Isle of Avalon and Joseph of Arimathea to Glastonbury, provided John with the chance to create his narrative using contemporary romantic sources. The eighteenth chapter of the Cronica deals extensively with Joseph's travels, and refers to "the book which is called the Holy Grail".

The essays in this volume, some reprinted in their original form and some extensively revised, are concerned with the Arthurian traditions associated with Glastonbury Abbey. Certain of the essays are analytic and others provide editions of hitherto unknown texts.

They all examine ways in which legendary materials and historical facts interconnected in the process by which Glastonbury Abbey 4/5(1).

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by S.) from London. Glastonbury consists of the parishes of St. Benedict and St. John the Baptist, for uniting which an act was obtained in The livings are distinct, and are perpetual curacies in the patronage of the. Glastonbury Festival’s official book celebrating its 50th anniversary has been named one of the ‘Books of the Year’.

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Following ‘Glastonbury 50‘ becoming the highest new non-fiction entry and shooting straight into 3rd place in the Sunday Times Bestseller List for hardback books earlier this month – The official book of the behind-the-scenes, inside story of the legendary Festival.

Originally founded in as an educational and research resource for British Mythology and esoteric study, with the celebrated Somerset based writer Geoffrey Ashe MBE is its patron, it houses specialist sections on Glastonbury and Arthurian themes as well as books on British Mythology, religion, philosophy, and many other esoteric subjects.

In keeping with the theme of deception, Porter introduces a major twist toward the end of the book which may not be the most probable of events to take place in the novel, but it does lend itself to a reasonable answer to what lies beneath the soil of Glastonbury which has Reviews: Lookup People, Phone Numbers, Addresses & More in Glastonbury, CT.

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Get this from a library. The chronicle of Glastonbury Abbey: an edition, translation, and study of John of Glastonbury's Cronica, sive, Antiquitates Glastoniensis Ecclesie. [Joannes, Glastoniensis.; James P Carley; David Townsend].

The Chalice was a well observed and sometimes amusing novel set in contemporary Glastonbury, while The Bones of Avalon was a fictionalised account of the life of Medieval alchemist John Dee Phil Rickman has also written two entertaining works of teenage fiction set in Glastonbury, originally published under the pen name T h om Madley.

Arriving at the pilgrimage town of Glastonbury, Roger learns that Peter has disappeared, seemingly into thin air. Peter's mother and intended enlist the peddler's aid in finding the missing groom, whose bookishness and secretiveness have aroused suspicions of his dabbling in black magic.

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Carley. Author Joannes, monk of Glastonbury, active [Browse]. "A Glastonbury Romance," first published inis Powys masterwork, an epic novel of terrific cumulative force and lyrical intensity.

In it he probes the mystical and spiritual ethos of the small English village of Glastonbury, and the effect upon its inhabitants of a mythical tradition from the remotest past of human history - the legend of the Grail.4/5(8).

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'A Glastonbury Romance' is an epic novel that links the modern inhabitants of Glastonbury with those in the past, who were intimately aware of the legend of the. Although John Howard never went beyond grade school, he understood the importance of a good education. He helped to develop the Glastonbury Grange, the Connecticut State Grange, and is one of the founding fathers of Storrs Agricultural College, now the University of Connecticut.

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He reached Wells on 14 November, where some sort of a mock trial seems to have taken place, and the next day, Saturday, 15 November, he with two of his monks, John Thorne and Roger James, was carried from Wells to Glastonbury.

At the outskirts of the town the three martyrs were fastened to hurdles and dragged by horses up the steep sides of Tor. Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis and co-organiser Emily Eavis will tell the official story of the world-famous music and arts festival in a new book published to mark next year’s 50th edition.

In the mid 's, for example, the brilliant scholar of English antiquities, John Michell, found evidence of an alignment of Neolithic sacred sites in the Glastonbury region. The Tor was linked with such venerable ancient holy places as Avebury stone rings and l's Mount.

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The new authorised book of the behind-the-scenes, inside story of the music festival that has become a true global phenomenon. Glastonbury Festival founders and creators, Michael Eavis and Emily Eavis, will be in-store at Rough Trade Bristol to sign copies of their most anticipated book ‘Glastonbury The Official Story of Glastonbury Festival‘.

John Huempfner passed away in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Funeral Home Services for John are being provided by Mulryan Funeral Home. The obituary was .