The Origin of the English Nation

Harper, 1879 - 172 Seiten

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Seite 156 - Joseph ; the stone church of the WestSaxon is represented by the vast Abbey church itself. Nowhere else can we see the works of the conquerors and the works of the conquered thus standing, though but in a figure, side by side. Nowhere else, among all the churches of England, can we find one which can thus trace up its uninterrupted being to days before the Teuton had set foot upon British soil. The legendary burialplace of Arthur, the real burying-place of Eadgar and the two Eadmunds, stands alone...

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