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Books Bücher 1 - 7 von 7 in Moreover you have added a lofty temple, in which continual day remains, without night,"...
" Moreover you have added a lofty temple, in which continual day remains, without night," (to wit,) "a sparkling tower that reflects from heaven the first rays of the rising sun. It has five compartments pierced by open windows, and on all four sides as... "
Proceedings at the Annual Meeting ... at Winchester, September 1845 - Seite 14
von Robert Willis (Prof. of Mechanics at Cambridge.) - 1846 - 339 Seiten
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Proceedings at the [2nd] Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of ...

1846 - 43 Seiten
...description of the organs, which, however, not being to our present purpose, I shall pass overk. 1" Moreover you have added a lofty temple, in which continual...which eight bishops, including Elphegus himself, were present"1. The king, however, is not mentioned. k See " Essai sur les Instruments de maker, in the...
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Report of the Transactions at the Annual Meeting

Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland - 1846
...The lofty peaks of the tower are capped with pointed roofs, and are adorned with various and pinuous vaults, curved with well-skilled contrivance."" "Above...were present™. The king, however, is not mentioned. * See " Essai sur lea Instruments de maker, in the Annales Archtologiques, tom. Musique au Moyen Age,"...
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The Century, Band 38

1889
...and sinuous vaults curved with well-skilled Copyright, 1889, by THE CENTURY Co. All rights reserved. contrivance. . . . Above these stands a rod with golden...which boldly turns its face to every wind that blows." The translation of St. Swithun's body into the new building in the year 980 was delayed by forty days...
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Lectures on the Rise and Development of Medieval Architecture, Band 2

Sir George Gilbert Scott - 1879
...relics of the saints." " A sparkling tower," also, " that reflects from heaven the first rays of the sun." " It has five compartments pierced by open windows,...which boldly turns its face to every wind that blows." Again, however, came the ruthless Northman, and destroyed church after church throughout the entire...
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Transactions, Band 1

Ecclesiological Society - 1885
...all four sides as many ways are open. The lofty peak« of the tower are capped with pointed roofs. Above these stands a rod with golden balls, and at...which boldly turns its face to every wind that blows." But we now approach a period always looked upon as a turning point in our history, that is the so-called...
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English and Welsh cathedrals

Thomas Dinham Atkinson - 1912 - 370 Seiten
...eastern apse and a crypt, numerous chapels with altars, a tower with pointed roofs surmounted by ' a mighty golden cock which boldly turns its face to every wind that blows.' The church escaped the later ravages of the Danes, and received rich gifts from Canute. The last of...
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Proceedings, Band 2

Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society - 1852
...Norman date. " Moreover," says he, " you have added a lofty temple, in which continual day remains — a sparkling tower, that reflects from Heaven the first...which boldly turns its face to every wind that blows." The description of the monastery, built by Alfred at Athelney, as given by Camden, on the authority...
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