Saint Frideswide Patron of Oxford: the earliest texts

Saint Frideswide Patron of Oxford the earliest texts Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford is built on the site of an Anglo Saxon monastic church founded by a princess named Frideswide The princess has been honored as the patron saint of Oxford for over a t

  • Title: Saint Frideswide Patron of Oxford: the earliest texts
  • Author: JohnBlair Kathleen Lindsley Edward Burne-Jones
  • ISBN: 9781870882170
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford is built on the site of an Anglo Saxon monastic church founded by a princess named Frideswide The princess has been honored as the patron saint of Oxford for over a thousand years This book makes available in English the main accounts of her life Dr John Blair, Fellow of the Queen s College, Oxford, has translated the medieval lives ofChrist Church Cathedral in Oxford is built on the site of an Anglo Saxon monastic church founded by a princess named Frideswide The princess has been honored as the patron saint of Oxford for over a thousand years This book makes available in English the main accounts of her life Dr John Blair, Fellow of the Queen s College, Oxford, has translated the medieval lives of St Frideswide from the Latin He demonstrates in his introduction that the story, hitherto regarded by historians as a twelfth century invention, probably embodies genuine tradition The book should have a claim on the affections of all those who love the city, the university and the county of Oxford.

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