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  1. 24 de ene. de 2023 · Though Marie-Antoinette was guiltless, the scandal confirmed the belief of contemporaries in her moral laxness and frivolity. The arbitrary arrest of the cardinal, the pressure put on his judges, and his final disgrace deepened the impression of the king’s weakness and the autocratic nature of his government.

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  2. 24 de ene. de 2023 · The abbess at once sent a commissioner to England to install him. He arrived in the summer of 1361, did his office, made the prior swear allegiance to the abbess, and, but for the plague, would have held a congregation of English priors at Amesbury. In 1363 the Black Prince confirmed in general terms the gifts made to Fontevrault.

  3. 24 de ene. de 2023 · History 358: The Remarkable Body of Marie Antoinette (Graham) Spring 2022. Skip to Main Content. It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older.

  4. 22 de ene. de 2023 · The abbess complained that the scholars of Oxford had common access to the monastery and the cloisters, and that she could not stop it; that secular people had access to the nuns in the choir during divine service, and also in the refectory at meal-time; the prioress complained that nuns went often to Oxford, that one had frequent converse in the church with a certain Hugh Sadeler of Oxford; several, however, of the nuns said 'omnia bene.'

    • I. Physical character.
    • II. Prehistoric Ages.
    • III. Roman remains.
    • IV. The Anglian Period.
    • v. The Viking Settlement and The Place-Names.

    The Holm district is a westerly extension of the plain ofCarlisle. It differs in general aspect from the rest of Cumberlandby the absence of stones and rocks, which creates a scenery thereverse of rugged and makes building material scarce. The rocklies at a great depth and forms the floor of a depression known togeologists as the Carlisle basin, an...

    The late Mr. Steel of Southerfield owned a collection of stone andbronze relics which were dispersed after his death, and no list isknown. It perhaps included the stone implements, celts, etc. andthe bronze spear-head from Southerfield shown at Carlisle in 1859at the visit of the Royal Archaeological Institute, and named byChancellor Ferguson in hi...

    Roman occupation left one important relic, the fort at Beckfoot,Mawbray. Its site was more or less conjectural until 1879, whenMr. Joseph Robinson of Maryport made a partial exploration.He found the remains lying chiefly in the third field west fromBeckfoot mill. Mr. Robinson described his finds (C. and W. Ant.Soc., Transactions, o.s. v, 139) in th...

    In the fifth and sixth centuries A.D., after the period of directRoman government, no doubt the Romano-British remained inCumberland. We have, however, not only no traces in the Holmof habitations that can be ascribed to them, but place-namesindicating their presence are wanting. This may have been theresult of the exposed site of the Holm, liable ...

    The Danish conquest of eastern Northumbria did not touch thisdistrict, which continued as it was for another fifty years until, inthe first quarter of the tenth century, the Vikings, who had oftenraided the coast, began to settle on it. Their earlier raids areshown by the pagan burial of a chief at Beacon Hill, Aspatria, inthe barrow explored in 17...

  5. 24 de ene. de 2023 · In the Minories, lying between Aldgate and Tower Hill, there stood, in the Middle Ages, an abbey of nuns of the order of St. Clare, called the Minories, founded in 1293 by Edmund, Earl of Lancaster, Leicester, and Derby, and brother to Edward I., to receive nuns who were brought from Spain by his wife Blanche, Queen of Navarre.

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