2 edition of Lays and legends of Gloucestershire. found in the catalog.
Lays and legends of Gloucestershire.
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AMBRA BOOKS. GLOUCESTERSHIRE History, Topography and Genealogy * 'This book is a collection of guide books previously issued'. Austin Patterson LAYS AND LEGENDS OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Frontis, pp, sm 8vo, original cloth, very lightly rubbed to edges. This informative and beautifully illustrated book recounts the Grail's story, from its early appearances in ancient myths to its many references in Examines the part the chalice plays in Christ's PassionTells stories of the secret societies that guarded the Grail's mysteries Explores Grail theories that speculate on the holy bloodline of Jesus Author: Mossflower.
Like many neolithic monuments, the Rollright Stones have inspired many myths and legends over the years. In this case, the circle owes its name to an old tale of a king and his men turned to stone by a rather nasty-sounding local witch who went by the name of Mother Shipton. With its wide range of communities and landscapes and its illustrious history there's no wonder Gloucestershire has born numerous myths and legends over the Author: Daniel Chipperfield.
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Lays And Legends Of Gloucestershire () Paperback – Septem by Adin Williams (Author) See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Adin Williams.
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Welsh Legends and Myths: 80 Myths and Legends from across Wales is very well written, researched and documented. A great book to use as a resource for research, but could have used a little more embellishments with the fairytale aspect that Lays and legends of Gloucestershire.
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The story comes from a story collected by Adin Williams in his Lays and Legends of Gloucestershire,a delightful volume of, um, questionable verse capturing some of the south-east of the county’s folklore, history and art.
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On this day: Penny Black issued (worlds 1st stamp) -Roger Bannister runs the four minute mile -Moors murderers found guilty -The Channel Tunnel opens -Bank of England Given Independence - More dates from British history. Gloucestershire's stories go back to the days of Sabrina, spirit of the Severn, and the Nine Hags of Gloucester.
Tales tell of sky-ships over Bristol, the silk-caped wraith of Dover's Hill, snow foresters on the Cotswolds, and Cirencester's dark-age drama of snake and nipple. From myth to legend: Old wives tales and folklore filled medical textbooks in the early s; medicine was a emerging profession.
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Honor and chivalry are valued above all else, and courageous knights fight Author: Isabel Wyatt. Lays and legends of the English lake country, with copious notes - J. White () Legendary Yorkshire - F. Ross () Legends and traditions of Huntingdonshire - W.
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Firstly, the ‘King’s Arms’ in the High Street is claimed to hold several ghosts; seen by a multitude of witnesses over the years with a variety of different apparitions appearing and dissolving before their startled eyes.She tells the great legends with a simple tone but manages to maintain the wide-eyed awe for these stories that any storyteller must have in order to hold an audience in thrall.
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