4 edition of image of SaintDunstan found in the catalog.
image of SaintDunstan
|Statement||Nigel Ramsay and Margaret Sparks.|
|Contributions||Sparks, Margaret, 1930-, Royal Museum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Dunstan, St (c–88).Dunstan was born into an aristocratic family related to the royal house of Wessex. His early career owed much to family and royal patronage with special support from King Edmund, who appointed him abbot of Glastonbury c, from King Edred, to whom he became a close adviser, and from his uncle Ælfheah, bishop of Winchester (–51). Saint Dunstan (dŭns´tən), c–88, English monk, archbishop of Canterbury (–88), b. near lived as a monk until called () to court by King Edmund of Wessex. He became () abbot of Glastonbury and initiated reforms that proved to be a turning point in English religious life.
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Get this from a library. The image of Saint Dunstan. [Nigel Ramsey; Margaret Sparks; Royal Museum.] -- "Dunstan ( - 19 May )was an Abbot of Glastonbury Abbey, a Bishop of Worcester, a Bishop of London, and an Archbishop of Canterbury, later canonised as a saint.
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Saint Dunstan of Canterbury, ; feast day May 19), English abbot, celebrated archbishop of Canterbury, and a chief adviser to the kings of Wessex, who is best known for the major monastic reforms that he effected.
Of noble birth, Dunstan was educated by Irish monks and visitors at Glastonbury. Later. Carte Postale Ancienne Canterbury St Dunstan's Old House and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Saint Dunstan Canterbury - AbeBooks Passion for books. Saint Dunstan is fairly unusual among Anglo-Saxon saints in that we know where, if not precisely when, he was born.
Dunstan was born in the village of Baltonsborough, Somerset, just a few miles south of Glastonbury, probably about the year or [Note: the. Born of a noble family at Baltonsborough, near Glastonbury, England, Dunstan was educated there by Irish monks and while still a youth, was sent to the court of King Athelstan.
He became a Benedictine monk about and was ordained by his uncle, St. Alphege, Bishop of Winchester, about After a time as a hermit at Glastonbury, Dunstan was recalled to the royal court by King Edmund, who.
Taken from The Horse Shoe: The True Legend of Saint Dunstan and the Devil, Showing How the Horse-Shoe Came to be a Charm Against Witchcraft by Edward G Flight, with illustrations by George Cruikshank, engraved by John Thompson, 3rd edition, London, England, Text and illustrations available on the Project Gutenberg web site.
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The English monk and archbishop St. Dunstan (ca. ) was a counselor of kings and a respected churchman. He made the English monasteries into centers of religion and culture. Dunstan was born into an important family near Glastonbury in Somerset.
As a young man, he lived for a time in the household of King Athelstan but incurred the displeasure of. Saint Dunstan’s political influenced soon diminished and he retired to Canterbury to teach at the Canterbury school. Saint Dunstan was a noted musician who both played the harp and composed several hymns.
His most notable composition as the Kyrie Rex splendens. He was also a metal worker, and he illuminated manuscripts. The times of Saint Dunstan. by ROBINSON, J Armitage and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The True Legend Of Saint Dunstan And The Devil: Showing How The Horse Shoe Came To Be A Charm Against Witchcraft [Flight, Edward G., Cruikshank, George] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The True Legend Of Saint Dunstan And The Devil: Showing How The Horse Shoe Came To Be A Charm Against Witchcraft.If so, it wouldn’t be the first time for an image which includes, or which an addition to the page asserts that it includes, a representation of Dunstan.
For such, as forensic analysis had already established, constitutes the complexly layered frontispiece of Saint Dunstan’s so-called Classbook, a chief treasure of the Bodleian Library.