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The glory of the Saxon crosses at Sandbach, Cheshire

P. Timmis Smith

The glory of the Saxon crosses at Sandbach, Cheshire

the sepulchral monument of King Egbert with its picture language explained

by P. Timmis Smith

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Published by Sherratt in Altrincham .
Written in

  • Cheshire (England),
  • Mercia (Kingdom),
  • England,
  • Sandbach.
    • Subjects:
    • Egbert, King of Mercia, d. 839.,
    • Crosses -- England -- Sandbach.,
    • Anglo-Saxons -- Kings and rulers -- Death and burial.,
    • Christian art and symbolism -- Medieval, 500-1500.,
    • Cheshire (England) -- Antiquities.,
    • Mercia (Kingdom)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby P. Timmis Smith.
      LC ClassificationsCC313.S2 S6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination49 p.
      Number of Pages49
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5723669M
      ISBN 100854270027
      LC Control Number70437988

      The author's avowed object, is to arrange the ancient and modern names, in a clear and methodical manner, so as to give a ready reference to each; and in addition to this arrangement of ancient appellations both of people and places, with the modern names, he has given a concise chronological history of the principal places; by which the book. Educated at The Royal Grammar School High Wycombe from until Jesus college, Cambridge () after 2 years national service. Joined British Glues & Chemicals Ltd from university and first became company secretary Moved to Croda's Head Office after company takeover, based in Yorkshire.   The "modern" world of so-called Western Civilization began at the end of the 17th century with the blossoming of the British Empire. The underpinnings of that empire actually began several hundred years earlier with the establishment of the City of London, which is now an year old corporation that controls finance and philosophy for an entity called the : Mt. Olympus. Cheshire Plain from the Mid Cheshire Ridge. Cheshire is a ceremonial county in the North West of England. Chester is the county town, and formerly gave its name to the county.

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Get this from a library. The glory of the Saxon crosses at Sandbach, Cheshire: the sepulchral monument of King Egbert with its picture language explained. [P Timmis Smith]. A Short History and Cheshire book St. Mary's Church, Sandbach, Cheshire, by John Minshull, published by the St.

Mary's Parochial Church Council, 1st edtion JunThe glory of the Saxon crosses at Sandbach June Anglo Saxon Chronicle translated by Rev.

James Ingram (London, ), with additional readings from the translation of Dr. J.A. Giles (London, ). The reason why the crosses at Sandbach, Cheshire, were erected, and what they stood for, has been a mystery, and have been studied by people from generation to generation to try to explain them.

Timmis Smith made an extensive study of the crosses and in his book, The Glory of Cheshire book Saxon Crosses at Sandbach Cheshire, he shows that the. High quality Anglo Saxon gifts and merchandise.

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It is_ difficult to trace either of the above inscriptions. A few years ago, lines were discovered in a copy-book, at the Providence school, Sandbach, entitled: "Address to the Sandbach Crosses/' (By Richard Smetham).

(Original date of Composition Dec. 5th, J. Os grid reference: SJ In the cobbled market-place opposite the High Street at Sandbach, Cheshire, and at the back of St Mary’s church – are two tall Anglo-Saxon crosses known as The Sandbach Crosses, said to date from the 8th or 9th century, or maybe even are in fact Mercian crosses because this area came under the jurisdiction of that.

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Tomlinson, High Street. preface. N presenting the Public with a popular History and topography of Sandbach and District, at a price within the reach of all, the author feels that he is supplying a long felt want. Tags: saxons, saxon, anglo saxon gifts, saxon gifts, saxon gift, medieval, medieval saxons, warrior, saxons medieval times, anglo saxon and Cheshire book, periods, anglo saxon, anglo saxon and medieval periods, anglo saxon medieval, anglo saxon definition, anglo saxon culture, anglo saxon kingdoms, anglo saxon england, anglo saxon english, what does anglo saxon mean.

Cheshire is a ceremonial county in the North West of England. Chester is the county town, and formerly gave its name to the largest town is Warrington, and other major towns include Congleton, Crewe, Ellesmere Port, Macclesfield, Nantwich, Northwich, Runcorn, Sandbach, Widnes, Wilmslow and county is administered as four unitary.

Historical Time Line The Making of Kings - Kingship, The Army and Warfare Events before King Egbert's Time - Beginning in Europe, The 7 Kingdoms and the Church, Lineage, Ancestors and Parentage Cheshire book Life of King Egbert - The Early Years The Kingship- Chronicle Excerpts,Reasons for Success The People and Places Important to King Egbert.

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St Mary's Church is an Anglican parish church in the diocese of Chester, the archdeaconry of Macclesfield and the deanery of is on a hill overlooking the village of Disley, Cheshire, is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building.

Its benefice is combined with that of St John, Furness nation: Anglican. In Cheshire some of them, Bucklow for instance, took their names from the ancient 'lows' or burial-places.

Early in the eleventh century fresh invasions of Danes took place, and in Cnut Dane became King of England. Cheshire formed a portion of a great earldom, embracing the whole of Mercia and governed by Earl Leofric. The glory of the Saxon crosses at Sandbach, Cheshire. the sepulchral monument of King Egbert with P.

Timmis Smith Plas Yn Rhiw, Gwynedd (Accredited Museum). Here, too, is the old salt town of Middlewich, and Sandbach with its famous Saxon crosses, along with a host of quiet, attractive villages. The two major towns of South Cheshire are Nantwich, with a history stretching back beyond Roman times, and Crewe, with no history at.

The three famous crosses at Sandbach in Cheshire are of high antiquity. They stand, an imposing group, in the middle of the street in that little town, opposite to the Black Bear inn: three cylindrical sandstone pillars, of different heights, greatly weathered and of a very dark hue, the sculptures with which they are freely covered becoming.

Sir Peter Leycester, in his Antiquities of Cheshire, written insays: “Here hath been a Church before the Norman Conquest, for it appears by Domesday Book that in the Conqueror’s time Gilbert Venables, Baron Kinderton, held half of this town, which Ulviet formerly held.

This is half a Church with half a virgate of land. The genesis of this book was an article on "Churchyard Crosses," written by request for the Burlington Magazine, and published therein in September It was at a time when the hearts of the British people were being stirred to their innermost depths, for the European War was yet raging, and the question of the most suitable form of memorials of our heroic dead, sacrificed.

The Rev. Thomas Shepherd has also given talks on the history of the Saxon Crosses to the Sandbach History Society (7 Nov ) and the Rotary Club of Sandbach (14 Dec ). One memory I am sure Thomas will never forget is the tragic deaths in November when he conducted two funerals from the same family.

This image of the triumphant jewelled cross, alternately gleaming with blood and treasure, from the Anglo-Saxon poem ‘The Dream of the Rood’ has often been juxtaposed with various artefacts from early medieval Britain.

3 Elizabeth Coatsworth suggests a parallel between the ‘blood, gold, and jewels’ of the poet’s dream-rood and the gold and garnet cross of St Cuthbert.

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