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" AB these structures were incorporated with or surmounted by a crucifix, the term cross was so indelibly associated with them that it survived the religions character of the fabrics. 'The general intent of market-crosses was to excite public homage to... "
Ancient Stone Crosses of England - Seite 8
von Alfred Rimmer - 1875 - 159 Seiten
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The architectural antiquities of Great Britain, Band 1

John Britton - 1807
...in his power, and to the state of society in which he lives. " The general intent of market crosses was to excite public homage to the religion of Christ...morality and piety amidst the ordinary transactions of life."f The first examples of this kind consisted probably of a single 'shaft, elevated on steps, and...
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A History of the Church and Priory of Swine in Holderness ...

Thomas Thompson - 1824 - 268 Seiten
...habere. Bull. Pap. Anno Dom. 1172.* MARKET-CROSSES were of various shapes and sizes, and were designed to excite public homage to the religion of Christ...and piety amidst the ordinary transactions of life. f PREACHING-CROSSES deserve especial notice amongst others, and of those crosses St. Paul's cross in...
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The Beauties of Ireland: Being Original Delineations, Topographical ..., Band 1

James Norris Brewer - 1825
...have sometimes harangued the assembly. " The general intent of market-crosses," observes Dr. Milner, " was to excite public homage to the religion of Christ...piety amidst the ordinary transactions of life."* Numerous examples of several of these various kinds of crosses are remaining in different parts of...
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History of the hundred of Carhampton: in the county of Somerset, from the ...

James Savage - 1830 - 662 Seiten
...purposes, civil and religious. Their general design was to excite public homage to the religion of CHBIST crucified, and to inspire men with a sense of morality and piety. They were not only placed in church-yards, but were also frequently erected to mark the boundaries...
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The Christian's Penny Magazine, Ausgabe 1

1832
...of adjacent religious institutions. " The general intent of market crosses," observes Dr. Milner, " was to excite public homage to the religion of Christ...to inspire men with a sense of morality and piety in the ordinary transactions of life." There still remain many beautiful architectural specimens of...
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Cruciana. Illustrations of the most striking aspects under which the cross ...

John Holland - 1835
...deal in that commodity. "The general intent of market crosses," says the historian of Winchester, " was to excite public homage to the religion of Christ...and piety amidst the ordinary transactions of life." To promote these and other objects, the monks sometimes preached from their steps. As, however, the...
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Remarks on English churches, and on the expediency of rendering sepulchral ...

James Heywood Markland - 1842
...Crosses were erected in market-places, not only to pay homage there, as elsewhere, to the Redeemer, but to inspire men with a sense of morality and piety amidst the ordinary transactions of life d. Why then b Life, second edition, 1841. p. 283. ' Hook's Visitation Sermon, p. 128. •' MUner's...
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History of the cross of Christ

William Rounseville Alger - 1851 - 95 Seiten
...other much frequented places of business, in order, as an old writer says, " to excite open homage for the religion of Christ crucified, and to inspire men...and piety amidst the ordinary transactions of life." If this were now done everywhere, it could not but be a good thing. Let the Cross meet the man of the...
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Memoirs illustrative of the history and antiquities of Wiltshire and the ...

Royal archaeological institute of Great Britain and Ireland - 1851
...that " the general intent of Market Crosses was to excite public homage to the Christian religion, and to inspire men with a sense of morality and piety amidst the ordinary transactions of life." The earliest Market Crosses, we may reasonably suppose, were similar to those in churchyards, and consisted...
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Cyclopedia of Architecture: Historical, Descriptive, Typographical ...

Robert Stuart - 1854
...ргортгtions, and arched over like those at Cheddar, Malmsbury, and other places ; or " with intent to excite public homage to the religion of Christ...and piety amidst the ordinary transactions of life ;" they were raised high, and decorated with pinnacles, niches, and statues, like those at Winchester,...
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