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by John A. A. Goodall

eBook Whitby Abbey (English Heritage Guidebooks) download ISBN: 1850747873
Author: John A. A. Goodall
Publisher: English Heritage (July 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1379 kb
Fb2: 1984 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Traveling
Subcategory: Europe

The imposing ruins of Whitby Abbey stand on a high headland projecting into the North Se. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

The imposing ruins of Whitby Abbey stand on a high headland projecting into the North Sea. A monastery was first established at Whitby in AD 657 by Oswy.

He has written several guidebooks for both English Heritage and the National Trust. Whitby Abbey (2003) English Heritage, ISBN 978-1-85074-787-1, ISBN 1-85074-787-3.

1 Early life and education. He has written several guidebooks for both English Heritage and the National Trust. In addition he has contributed to numerous books and scholarly journals on the subject of historic English architecture. In 2003 Goodall joined English Heritage as a senior properties historian. He acted in 2007 as series consultant for the major BBC 1 series How We Built Britain, presented by David Dimbleby.

Portchester Castle (English Heritage Guidebooks) by John A. A. Goodall (2003-01-01). A monastery was first established at Whitby in AD 657 by Oswy, King of Northumbria. It became one of the most important religious centres in the Anglo-Saxon world, under rule of St. Hild. 2HVBE/?tag prabook0b-20. Richmond Castle, Easby Abbey (English Heritage Guidebooks) ) . In the ninth century the monastery was abandoned, possibly as the result of Viking raids.

The inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula, Whitby Abbey sits high on a cliff overlooking the picturesque . Events at Whitby Abbey. Previous results Next results.

The inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula, Whitby Abbey sits high on a cliff overlooking the picturesque Yorkshire seaside town. Need Help? Call Us. 0370 333 1181.

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English Heritage's Red Guides are so much more than guide books. High on their windswept headland, the imposing ruins of Whitby Abbey dominate the busy harbour town below

English Heritage's Red Guides are so much more than guide books. They bring history to life, putting each site in its historical context with vintage photographs, watercolours, reconstructed period floor plans and interviews with people who were part of the history. High on their windswept headland, the imposing ruins of Whitby Abbey dominate the busy harbour town below £. 0.

Peveril Castle (English Heritage Guidebooks), Furness Abbey Colour Handbook, Osborne House, Birdoswald Roman Fort, Hurst Castle, Whitby Abbey - Guideboo. Portchester Castle started life in the 3rd.

Dr John A. Goodall (c1970- ) is an English historian, author, and . He acted in 2007 as series consultant for the major BBC 1 series "The Way We Built Britain", presented by David Dimbleby.

Richmond Castle, Easby Abbey by John A. Goodall (Paperback, 2001). May have significant wear and tear and contain notes & highlighting. Good - Usual signs of a well read book but good overall condition. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

Город: Whitby, North Yorkshire, UKПодписчиков: 5 ты. себе: Dramatic 13th-century ruins and panorami. себе: Dramatic 13th-century ruins and panoramic views over Whitby harbour.

The imposing ruins of Whitby Abbey stand on a high headland projecting into the North Sea. A monastery was first established at Whitby in AD 657 by Oswy, King of Northumbria. It became one of the most important religious centres in the Anglo-Saxon world, under rule of St. Hild. In the ninth century the monastery was abandoned, possibly as the result of Viking raids. But after the Norman Conquest of 1066 a new community was established on the site by a Benedictine monk called Reinfrid. This foundation eventually grew into a great abbey - one of the richest monastic houses in Yorkshire. After the Dissolution in 1539, the site of the abbey was bought by Sir Richard Cholmley. His descendents developed the old abbot's lodging as a residence. Part of the building, now known as Cholmley House, has been restored and converted into a Visitor Centre. Drawing on the results of recent archaeological excavations, this guidebook includes a tour of the site and a fascinating history of the headland and its inhabitants. It provides an invaluable companion to your visit and an attractive souvenir to read and enjoy at home.