Anglo-Saxon monastery in the lower Don Valley by M. S. Parker

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Published by The School of History, University of Leeds in Leeds [England] .

Written in English

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  • Donemutha (Monastery : Yorkshire, England).

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StatementM.S. Parker.
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LC ClassificationsDA20 .L415 v.21
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Paginationp. [19]-32 :
Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL15229351M

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Burials of Viking type were made at the east end of the church, and an existing building was cut down and converted into the. The Anglo-Saxon monastery was founded in AD by Benedict Biscop, who also founded Jarrow inand the two monasteries have often been described as one monastery split between the two sites.

By the two foundations had a community of brethren. Later, the monastery most likely became a pilgrimage site, followed by the building of rock-cut chambers used as accommodation quarters, the Eastern Church, and the Baptistery. You will also find a Forecourt, a Necropolis, a Lower Terrace, and a Bathhouse at Alahan Monastery.

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The monastery at Jarrow was one of Europe's most influential centres of learning and culture in the 7th century. The remains standing today are from the medieval monastery, but part of the Anglo-Saxon monastery survives today as the chancel of St Paul's Church.

Read more about the history of the monastery. Thus far legitimate inference: beyond lies guesswork. One reasonable guess is that the earlier church was a monastic one. If this were the case, it is tempting to associate it with the celebrated early Anglo-Saxon monastery of Lastingham, a mere seven miles (as the crow flies) to the north-east of Kirkdale.

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