Inscribed and dated stones and sundials in and adjoining the ancient parish of Rochdale.

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: Inscribed and Dated Stones and Sundials In and Adjoining the Ancient Parish of Rochdale.: Grey cloth bound hardback binding. Titles gilt to front cover and spine. Frontispiece.

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Minor wear to covers. Bookplates and previous owners names to front end-papers. Additional notes and additions neatly written throughout the text and on the rear. A good clean copy of a very rare Rochdale title.

Less than copies were printed. Inscribed and Dated Stones and Sundials In and Adjoining the Ancient Parish of Rochdale. par Richard Heape: Very Good Hardcover () | George Kelsall Booksellers, PBFA, BA. Buy Inscribed and Dated Stones and Sundials in and adjoining the Ancient Parish of Rochdale, etc by Richard Heape (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low Author: Richard Heape. ­Ancient Egyptians are credited with the invention of sundials. Although obelisk­s were built as far back as B.C., perhaps the earliest portable sundial that has survived, often referred to as an Egyptian shadow clock, became popular around B.C. T-shaped or L-shaped with a raised end bar, these shado­w clocks measured the morning hours as the sun swept : Jessika Toothman.

Heape, Inscribed and Dated Stones and Sundials in and adjoining the Ancient Parish of Rochdale, (Cambridge, ), p and Listing NGR: SD Legacy. The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number: Sundial. on pedestal although it is not certain if this is the actual date. Stone with copper dial and gnomon. Octagonal baluster on stone pedestal. R Heape, Inscribed Dated Stones and Sundials in and adjoining the Ancient Parish of Rochdale, Listing NGR: SD   Posts about Inscribed Stones written by sunbright OS Grid Reference: SD In the 15th century parish church of St John the Baptist at Tunstall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, Lancashire, there is a fragment of an inscribed Roman stone, which was perhaps part of an altar but, according to the church guide, is actually a votive stone with a dedication in Latin to two Roman.

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The milestone, which is the second from Rochdale, has been built into a new wall near where it was found. To return to the house, the builder’s fondness for inscriptions is seen in the principal staircase, which is of stone, being dated January 27th,and in the flight of steps at the front entrance February 18th, It is on an ancient packhorse route.

Illustrated in A. Newell, A Hillside View of Industrial History, (Todmorden, ) p R. Heape, Inscribed and Dated Stones and Sundials in and adjoining the Ancient Parish of Rochdale (Cambridge, ) p Listing NGR: SD   OS grid reference: SK Near to the centre of the town of Wirksworth, Derbyshire, along St Mary's Gate stands the ancient parish church of St Mary the Virgin, and housed within is the Anglo-Saxon 'Wirksworth Stone', a richly carved sculptured stone with biblical scenes and figures, which is said to date from the 7th-9th.

OS grid reference: SD St Chad's parish church stands upon a lofty ridge overlooking the River Roch and the town of Rochdale, Greater Manchester. The church is a very imposing edifice standing high above the equally imposing Victorian town-hall and its famous clock tower.

There was a church here in either the. OS Grid Reference: SE Above the inner south door of the the ancient minster-church at Kirkdale near Kirkbymoorside, north Yorkshire, there is an Anglo-Saxon sundial of unique standing that is most beautifully carved and inscribed.

It was reputedly carved in AD, just before the Norman Conquest of Britain. Timber framed organ adjoining S wall (). Vestry to E (former Harcarse burial aisle) with pointed arched vaulted ceiling; part whitewashed, part harl pointed rubble walls. 2 separate carved stones embedded in N wall with carved skull and crossbones to upper stone; 'Momento Mori' inscribed below; foliate, cruciform carving to lower stone.

Full text of "The book of sun-dials; originally compiled by the late Mrs. Alfred Gatty; now enlarged and re-edited by H.K.F. Eden and Eleanor Lloyd" See other formats.

Crimble Mill: spinning mill, attached engine house and fire-proof warehouse, and attached warehouse is a Grade II* listed building in Rochdale, Rochdale, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.

NGR: SD All Saints parish church on Bishopgate, Wigan, Lancashire, houses part of a Roman altar-stone that is said to have come from the Roman station of COCCIUM (COCCIO) – Wigan, which was probably built in 70 AD, and was located on the hill where the parish church now stands.

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Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Full text of "A History of the Ancient Chapel of Blackley, in Manchester Parish. Below the dial is the date and a shield with the Rivers arms in a sunk panel.

A horizontal dial on a plain shaft in the churchyard is inscribed "Elias Allen made this diall and gave it to the parish of Ashurst, An o. Domini " Elias Allen, a diallist, died A short account of ancient stones and fragments of monuments discovered during the recent restoration and now preserved in the parish church of the borough Leyton, June to November, / by C.H.

Caption title. Full description. The octagonal font is inscribed with the date and the words "William Drinkwater the Keeper". There are also several twelfth century stone coffins in the church, which were probably used for priors of the abbey which once stood next to St Werburgh's.

A sundial dating from stands in the churchyard. The lych gate was added in Often fragmented and without context, early medieval inscribed and sculpted stone monuments of the fifth to eleventh centuries AD have been mainly studied via t. By the purchase, for £, and removal of the old "Fountain Inn." Prettily situated under a spreading tree, near to the Brewery, is Elwell, with its granite arch, inscribed "J.

Myr. " The mansion was built by the Kekewich family inand many buildings appear from the dates inscribed on them to have been erected about Full text of "A history of Newton chapelry in the ancient parish of ing sketches of the townships of Newton and Kirkmanshulme, Failsworth, and Bradford, but exclusive of the townships of Droylsden and other formats.

Written in Stone Historic Inscriptions from the Ancient Near East, ca. B.C.– B.C. April 13 through September 5, The extremely rare object is on loan from a private collector and is part of a special exhibition of inscribed ancient Near Eastern stone objects. On the stone pedestal of a dial at Niddrie Marischal, near Edinburgh, the seat of the Don Wauchopes.

The arms of the family are engraved on the bronze dial face, and also on the pedestal, but the motto is not their heraldic one. The words, Wachop of Niddrie, are inscribed beside the shield on the face; and also Jacobus Clarke, Dundee, fecit. It was erected in by the trustees of Maud Heath's Causeway, and each dial bore originally a Latin motto only; but about the Rev.

William Lisle Bowles, who was rector of the adjoining parish of Bremhill, obtained leave to engrave a poetical paraphrase on each face, as he doubted the power of the ordinary passers-by to understand the.A rule, for example, of proportion.

The ancient Greeks considered beauty to be a matter of "Correct "proportion and sought a Canon of proportions, for the human figure and for buildings. The fifth century BC E sculptor polykleitos the Canon, a treaties incorporating his .Listed buildings in Arkholme-with-Cawood Last updated Ap Arkholme-with-Cawood is a civil parish in Lancaster, Lancashire, contains 30 listed buildings, which are recorded in the National Heritage List for these, one is listed at Grade II*, the middle grade, and the others are at Grade II.

The parish contains the village of Arkholme, and is otherwise rural.