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Note on the Eleanor Crosses with special reference to the two in Northamptonshire

Rosemary J. Richards

Note on the Eleanor Crosses with special reference to the two in Northamptonshire

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Published by [s.n.] in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRosemary J. Richards and Peter S. Richards.
ContributionsRichards, Peter S.
The Physical Object
Pagination14p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18081334M

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Note on the Eleanor Crosses with special reference to the two in Northamptonshire by Rosemary J. Richards Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Eleanor Cross in the village of Geddington, just off the A43 between Corby and Kettering, is original and maintained by English Heritage. The cross is situated off the main road by the church and close to the pretty 12th century bridge and ford over the River Ise. Most people know it as a major train and underground station, and more recently through the popular book and movie "84 Charing Cross Road".

But the "Cross" in question has a fascinating and romantic history. Charing Cross was one of 12 "Eleanor Crosses" erected by a disconsolate Edward I when his wife Queen Eleanor of Castile died in Eleanor (The Books of the Five Book 1) - Kindle edition by Burgess, S F.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Eleanor (The Books of the Five Book 1)/5(). Other articles where Eleanor Crosses is discussed: Eleanor Of Castile: death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses—several of which still stand—at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London.

LDWA Long Distance Paths - Queen Eleanor Crosses Way - Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Gtr London, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Milton Keynes. Of the 12 Eleanor crosses erected at the end of the 13th century only three still stand.

Geddington Cross is the best preserved of these, and in its architectural and sculptural detail is a rare and well documented example of late 13th century stone carving of the highest quality.

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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Eleanor Crosses. (Yes I took notes while he was talking) When Eleanor died near Lincoln, her body and coffin were put on a wagon to make the journey to London for burial.

It would take 12 nights to get her to Westminster Abbey. Each night the procession stopped and rested. Edward I later put up the Eleanor Crosses in each town where her.

Heritage List Entry Summary for The Eleanor Cross. Heritage List Entry Summary for The Eleanor Cross. Skip to main content. The above map is for quick reference purposes only and may not be to scale.

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One of three fully intact Eleanor crosses from the remaining 12 built in-between Lincoln and London by King Edward 1 between and in memory of his wife Eleanor of Castile marking the nightly resting places along the route taken when her body was transported to is one of the best of the three - if you havent seen it - go and capture a moment 5/5(60).

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A memorial, not a of the Eleanor Crosses (Eleanor of Castille) Located Near Northampton Marriott Hotel, Delapré Abbey is an English neo-classical mansion in Northamptonshire. Eleanor Crosses So great was Edward I’s grief following the death of Queen Eleanor that he had 12 elaborate commemorative crosses erected across England in.

Eleanor's Crosses. Part 1: The final journey. Queen Eleanor of Castille died on 28th November at Harby, near Lincoln. After the queen’s body had been eviscerated and embalmed, and, while her entrails remained in Lincoln awaiting burial in the cathedral, the monarch organized a solemn procession to carry the remains to London.

Eleanor had thought. Those two beautiful little girls with their blond curls and wide blue eyes. Every time she looked at Marie and Alix, she marveled that she herself had helped to create them. She loved them, of course, yet had been constrained to do so from a distance.

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Elianor had 6 siblings: Hugh FENNE, Richard Fynes and 4 other siblings. Elianor passed away on month dayat age 64 at death place. As Eleanor traveled to Poitiers, two lords – Theobald V, Count of Blois, and Geoffrey, Count of Nantes (brother of Henry II, Duke of Normandy) – tried to kidnap and marry her to claim her lands.

As soon as she arrived in Poitiers, Eleanor sent envoys to Henry, Duke of Normandy and future king of England, asking him to come at once to marry her.