Holy Britain

Clarke, Lindsay
March 1998
British Heritage;Mar1998, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p46
Gives information on Canterbury, England where the foundations of the earliest English church was laid by St. Augustine, and is now a World Heritage Site. Details on the founding of the monastery at Lindisfarne in 635; Detailed information on the tensions between the Roman and Celtic traditions. INSETS: The christian landscape: Whitby Abbey;The christian landscape: Columba's Iona;The christian landscape: Lindisfarne Priory;The christian landscape: St. Augustine's Abbey


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