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Lollards of the Chiltern Hills

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Lollards, Church history -- Middle Ages, 600-1500, Chiltern Hills (England) -- Church history, England -- Church history -- 1066

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Chiltern Hills (England), En

Statement[by W. H. Summers].
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LC ClassificationsBX4901 .S85 1980
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Paginationvi, 186 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL4098436M
ISBN 100404162452
LC Control Number80012770

Genre/Form: Church history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Summers, W.H. (William Henry). Lollards of the Chiltern Hills. New York: AMS Press, []. Get this from a library. The Lollards of the Chiltern hills: glimpses of English dissent in the middle ages.

[W H Summers]. The Lollards of the Chiltern Hills, glimpses of English dissent in the Middle Ages by Summers, W. (William Henry) Publication date Topics Lollards, England -- Ecclesiastical history, genealogy Publisher London, Griffiths Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN ContributorPages:   Excerpt from The Lollards of the Chiltern Hills: Glimpses of English Dissent in the Middle Ages IN the following pages, an attempt has been made to illustrate from the records of a single county the course of a religious movement the influence of which upon the story of the English people has been much more deep and far-reaching than is usually : W.

Summers. Full text of "The Lollards of the Chiltern Hills: Glimpses of English Dissent in the " See other formats. Summers describes his volume as " Glimpses of English Dissent in the Middle Ages," and in his book earnest Pro- testantism is represented as passing into Nonconformity, much as, according to Carlyle and Mr.

Barrie, Scotch religious fervour merged in Secederism. Of the final clinging of Lollardism to the Chiltern Hills he writes:—. The Chiltern Hills or, as they are known locally and historically, the Chilterns, is a range of hills northwest of form a chalk escarpment across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, and Bedfordshire.

A large portion of the hills was designated officially Country: England. 1 William Henry Summers, The Lollards of the Chiltern Hills: Glimpses of English Dissent in the Middle Ages (London: ), ch. 7 p. The book is one of those found in Joyce’s Trieste s was born in and died in 2 Thomas Fuller, The Church-history of Britain from the birth of Jesus Christ until the year (London: ), Cent book 4, p.

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(William Henry). Chiltern Hills, range of chalk hills in England, extending some 70 mi ( km) southwest to northeast through parts of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, and Bedfordshire, forming a well-marked escarpment to the northwest and a gentle southeast slope to the River erable areas are now cared for by the National Trust and are popular tourist attractions.

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A helpful source is Summers’s book The Lollards of the Chiltern Hills. Even so, the book seems limited in that it doesn’t appear to connect the Littlepage family with the Afrike/Africke family.

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only fleeting reference to them: W. Summers, The Lollards of the Chiltern Hills (London, ), pp. 31 and Derek Plumb, in his study of the same community of Lollards, drew upon archdeaconry court records for his appraisal of its members' social status, but not manorial court rolls: "The Social.

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The Lollards of the Chiltern Hills (), 83 –4, Cited by: 3. The Chiltern Hills were clearly very important to Roald Dahl and this area became the stimulus for the settings and characters in many of his best-loved books. When Roald Dahl returned to Britain in after serving in the RAF during the Second World War, he settled down to country life with his mother in rural Buckinghamshire.

The first line to cut through the Chiltern Hills was the London \uamp; Birmingham railways part of Stephenson's plan to link the industrial Midlands with the markets of London.

By the end of the 19th century, no fewer than five major routes had penetrated the Chilterns. Chesham / ˈ tʃ ɛ s əm / is a Buckinghamshire town of aro people, located in the Chiltern Hills at the head of the River Chess, about 25 miles (40 km) north-west of London and 11 miles (18 km) south-east of Aylesbury.

There is archaeological evidence of human habitation during the Mesolithic period circa BC, of Neolithic farming circa BC and of Bronze Age settlement. Chesham Bois and the Beech Hangers Summary The Chilterns are well known for their beech woodlands.

This 4 mile (km) gentle walk takes you through the beech hangers on Chesham’s doorstep enabling you to appreciate their beauty.

There is an option to swap ‘fields and views’ for more beech woodland halfway round, but none of the paths are. The Chiltern Hills are chalk hills in southern go 70 mi ( km) southwest to northeast through parts of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, and makes a well-marked escarpment to the northwest and a gentle southeast slope to the River Thames.

Considerable areas are now under the National Trust and are popular tourist attractions. Buy A Journey Through the Chiltern Hills (Local Book) UK ed. by Jills Eyers, Hayley Watkins (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(4).

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The beautiful Chiltern Hills is one of the UK’s best and most outstanding Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (ANOB) and this lovely countryside, its maze of hundreds and indeed thousands of miles of well kept footpaths is one of England's best kept walking secrets, which offers excellent walks in.

With some of the most picturesque countryside in England, yet only a short hop from London, the Chiltern Hills are just waiting to be explored. The glorious views from the high ridges, ancient woodlands brimming with wildlife and downs alive with wildflowers and butterflies make the Chilterns and the communities within them English to the : Pocket Mountains.

About this Item: Chichester. Phillmore., XVI, pages. With illustrations, partially in colour. Original hardcover and an illustrated dustjacket. 25x16 cm * Die Chiltern Hills sind ein aus Kreide bestehender Hügelzug im Südosten Englands. Lecture 7 - Late Medieval Religion and Its Critics Overview.

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In this lecture Professor Wrightson surveys the religious landscape of England during the later medieval period through to the reign of Henry VIII and the beginnings of the reformation. Chesham (/ ˈ tʃ ɛ ʃ əm /, locally / ˈ tʃ ɛ s əm /, or / ˈ tʃ ɛ z əm /) is in the Chiltern Hills, Buckinghamshire, England, 11 miles (18 km) southeast of the county town of m is a civil parish designated a town council within Chiltern is in the Chess Valley and surrounded by farmland.

The earliest records of Chesham as a settlement are from the second District: Chiltern. The history of the Lollard movement is intimately concerned with their writings and literacy. Anne Hudson's work in this field is the most important modern contribution to the subject.

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