4 edition of Religious dissent in East Anglia found in the catalog.
Religious dissent in East Anglia
Symposium on the History of Religious Dissent in East Anglia (1st) (1991 University of East Anglia)
|Statement||edited by E. S. Leedham-Green.|
|Contributions||Leedham-Green, E. S., Cambridge Antiquarian Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||153|
The story of Dissent is thus bound up with the contest for the established Church, not simply a heroic tale of persecuted minorities contending for religious toleration. Nevertheless, in the half century after , religious pluralism became a fact of English life, as denominations formed and . Williamson, Thomas () The Norfolk Nonconformist Chapels Survey:some preliminary results. In: Religious Dissent in East Anglia. Centre of East Anglian Studies, Norwich, pp. ISBN 0 .
The book situates Capgrave as a figure both in the vibrant literary culture of East Anglia and in European intellectual history. John Capgrave's Fifteenth Century offers a fresh view of orthodoxy and dissent in late medieval England and will interest students of hagiography, religious and cultural history, and Lancastrian politics and s: 1. Books set in East Anglia, England: [The Bookshop, Death in Holy Orders, The Rings of Saturn, Death of an Expert Witness, House of Echoes, Gold.
Colchester, town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Essex, England. It occupies the northeastern part of the county on the River Colne. As Camulodunum, the town of Colchester was the capital of the pre-Roman Belgic ruler Cunobelinus and is so named on his coins. Although. The religious life of this region also differed from other parts of England. It had been marked by dissent for centuries before Martin Luther. During the early fifteenth century, the movement called Lollardy found many of its followers in East Anglia.
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Symposium on the History of Religious Dissent in East Anglia (2nd: University of East Anglia). Religious dissent in East Anglia. Norfolk Archaeological and Historical Research Group and Centre of East Anglian Studies, University of East Anglia, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Conference papers. Description: vi, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Godly preachers and zealous magistrates in Elizabethan East Anglia: the roots of dissent / Patrick Collinson --An introduction to the Family of love in England / Christopher Marsh --Suffolk sectaries and papists, / Joy Rowe --A friendship turned sour.
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Christopher Marsh: "An Introduction to the Family of Love in England" In: E.S. Leedham-Green: Religious Dissent in East Anglia.
CambridgeS. 29–36 ISBN ; N. Penrhys-Evans: The Family of Love in England, – Canterbury ; M. Konnert, "The Family of Love and the Church of England", Renaiss. Reform. Religious Dissent in East Anglia: Historical Perspectives - The Proceedings of the Second Symposium on the History of Religious Dissent in East Anglia Research output: Book/Report › Book Overview.
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Marsh, C'Nonconformists and their neighbours in early modern England'. in D Chadd (ed.), History of Religious Dissent in East Anglia III. Centre for East Anglian Studies, Norwich, pp.
'Nonconformists and their neighbours in early modern England'. The Proceedings of the Second Symposium on the History of Religious Dissent in East Anglia (Norwich, ), pp.
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Business and Religion in Britain (Aldershot, ), Binficld. "An Excursion into Architectural Cousinhood: The East Anglian Connexion" in N. Virgoe and T.
Williamson (Eds.), Religious Dissent in East Anglia (Norwich. )and Jeffrey Cox. The English Churches in. Religious dissent was very strong in East Anglia, and Bassingbourn was no exception. The minister at the parish church in was Francis Holcroft, a leading Dissenter, who was forced to leave the church in and was persecuted and imprisoned for his beliefs.
Religious Dissent in East Anglia: Historical Perspectives - The Proceedings of the Second Symposium on the History of Religious Dissent in East Anglia Williamson, T. (ed.) & Virgoe, N. (ed.),Norwich: Centre of East Anglian Studies.
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Also by Elisabeth Leedham-Green. Libraries and the Book Trade (Contributor) (1) ajalugu (1) bibliography (3) bibliomania (1) book collecting (1) book history (7) book library history (1) book trade (2) books (2) books about books (5).The Stour Valley riots, also called the Anti-Popery riots, were a series of anti-Roman Catholic riots and attacks which took place across southern East Anglia throughout The unrest was concentrated in the area surrounding the River Stour, Suffolk.
The riots are believed to have been caused by several factors. By early East Anglia had high unemployment, due in large part to the.Book reviews: Religious dissent in East Anglia III, ed.
David Chadd, reviewed by W M Jacob; and six shorter notices. Newslet December Shrewsbury visit, 14th June, by David Barton Nonconformist Lewes, by Joy Rowe Book reviews: Square Chapel, Halifax: the history and architecture, by Jessica Sutcliffe, reviewed by John.