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Historic Elgin and its cathedral
Ronald Gordon Cant
|Statement||[by Ronald G. Cant].|
|LC Classifications||DA890.E6 C36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p.,  p. of plates, fold. leaf of plate :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||75318349|
References – I have ordered three of the main book sources at the BL and will report back tomorrow afternoon. Meanwhile, now I come to look with a source-checker's scrutiny at the references I notice some internal inconsistency in the referencing: Cant, Historic Elgin and Cathedral; Cant, Historic Elgin and its Cathedral; Cant, Historic Elgin. Elgin (or Eilginn in Gaelic, Ailgin in Scots) is a town, former cathedral city and Royal Burgh in Moray, Scotland. Elgin was created a royal burgh in the 12th century by King David I of Scotland and first documented in the Cartulary of Moray in AD. During David’s reign the castle was established at the top of what is now Lady Hill.
Elgin Cathedral is a historic ruin in Elgin, Moray, north-east Scotland. The cathedral—dedicated to the Holy Trinity—was established in on land granted by King Alexander II outside the burgh of Elgin and close to the River Lossie. Elgin Cathedral, dedicated to the Holy Trinity, was sometimes referred to as The Lantern of the North and is an historic ruin in Elgin, Moray, north-east Scotland. Before its transfer to its present position, the cathedral was located at Spyn /10(97).
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The history of Elgin Cathedral Two of the most damaging events that occurred at the cathedral were the inferno that engulfed the building when the Earl of Buchan – Alexander Stewart – attacked it with his troops inand the subsequent incendiary attack in by the followers of the Lord of the Isles (the western island rulers who had.
Elgin Cathedral is sometimes referred to as the “Lantern of the North” and is now a historic ruin in Elgin, Moray, Scotland. There once was a massive wall that surrounded the precincts of the cathedral of which only a small portion now remains.
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History. Elgin Cathedral, known as the ‘Lantern of the North’, is one of Scotland’s most beautiful medieval cathedrals. The monumentally impressive building dominated the flat and fertile Laich of Moray from the time it was built. It continued to do so even after. Elgin Cathedral has a dramatic history, surviving both devastating fire in and attacks by the Earl of Buchan in and Alexander, Lord of the Isles in After the Reformation this beautiful cathedral, sometimes known as ‘The Lantern of the North’ lost its roof and fell into disrepair.
See for yourself why Elgin Cathedral earned the name the ‘Lantern of the North’. Even as a ruin, the cathedral shines out as one of Scotland’s most ambitious and beautiful medieval buildings.
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Historic Elgin. Begun as a grassroots initiative, Elgin, Illinois has been dedicated to preserving its architectural and cultural heritage for over 30 years. Elgin is proud of its heritage and welcomes you to explore our City's historic treasures. Explore. Elgin Cathedral, also known as the ‘Lantern of the North’ is a majestic, historic ruin situated in Elgin.
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By the cathedral had again been rebuilt, but the late medieval period continued to be a violent one for Elgin, with more raids in and In spite of this Spynie Palace was built for the bishops in In disaster again hit the cathedral, its spire collapsing. Elgin's natural defensive position and its castle did it little good in when the Wolf of Badenoch, Alexander Stewart, burned down the cathedral, two churches and many other buildings in the city.
Alexander Stewart was the younger son of Robert II, and the Bishop of Elgin had caused him to be excommunicated for marital infidelity. Our History "InJames T. and Hezekiah Gifford, along with Samuel Jewett Kimball, settled a city that they would name "Elgin" in the state of Illinois, 38 miles west of Chicago.
Situated on the Fox River, Elgin is directly between the lead mines of Galena and Chicago. Elgin Museum is an important feature of the history of Elgin. It is an independently-run museum by a group of enthusiastic volunteers.
There are some wonderful collections within the museum and it is incorporated as part of the Castle – Cathedral – Cashmere Trail. Elgin Cathedral, Elgin, Moray. likes. Elgin Cathedral is a historic ruin in Elgin, Moray, north-east Scotland.
The cathedral—dedicated to the Holy /5(). Elgin Cathedral was burned by the 'Wolf of Badenoch', on the 17th of June, Elgin Cathedral, which is now a ruin, was set alight three times.
All of that must be considered truly unfortunate and only goes to show that building edifices to the glory of God is also, probably, a folly.
Elgin cathedral, founded inis the town’s best-known landmark. In Alexander Stewart, better known in Scottish history as the Wolf of Badenoch, sacked Elgin and burned its cathedral in revenge for being excommunicated by the Bishops of Moray and Ross for deserting his wife.
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C. Alft, Elgin: An American History is a detailed and compelling history of Elgin from its humble beginnings into the mid 's. If you want to learn about Elgin, this book is.Elgin Cathedral The ruined cathedral, built in the 13th-century and consecrated inwas once known as the Lantern of the North, and is Elgin's most familiar land Distance: miles more details.
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The cathedral—dedicated to the Holy Trinity—was established in on land granted by King Alexander II outside the burgh of Elgin and close to the River Lossie. It replaced the cathedral at Spynie, 3 kilometres ( mi Location: Elgin Cathedral King Street, Elgin IV30 1HU Scotland.