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13th cent Abbat Abbey of St Angl Archbishop Archdeacon base Beaded borders Benedictine betw Bishop Bronze-green canopied niche carved canopy carved corbel carved gothic carved throne cast from chipped cast from imperfect chipped impression cinquefoil Cistercian conjoined cord of red Cott covered with paper crescent crocketed Dark green diapered lozengy Dugdale edge chipped engrailed estoile field fleur-de-lis foliage full-length gothic canopy gothic niche GRACIA half-length Harl head imperfect impression indistinct injured John knee kneeling in prayer Legend wanting lifting lion Mary matrix mitre nimbus ornamental shield pastoral staff perfect Peter pinnacled plaited cord pointed oval counterseal pression Priory of St quatrefoil r. h. a pastoral r. h. in benediction round-headed arch saint saltire scroll seated SECOND SEAL shield of arms SIGILL SIGILLU SIGILLVM Signet smaller pointed oval Sulph sword tabernacle trefoiled arch Uncoloured Virgin and Child
Page 14 - Baldwin de Bethune, and others. Dated at Chinon, by the hand of W[ill. de Longehamp], Bishop of Ely, Chancellor, 12 Dec. 6th year . With re-confirmation as follows, "Iserat tenor carte nostre in primo sigillo nostro, quod, quia aliquando perditum fuit et, dum capti essemus in Alemannia, in aliena potestate constitutum, mutatum est...
Page 144 - City, [Glouc.] vert, on a pale gu. betw. two horse-shoes, each horse-shoe betw. three nails, two in chief, and one in base, all meeting with their points to the shoe, ar.
Page 511 - If xl^in. [xlvii. 473]. Pointed oval : the Virgin, seated in a canopied niche with tabernacle work at the sides, with crown, the Child, with nimbus, on the R. knee. In base, under a round-headed arch, the Abbat, with pastoral staff, kneeling in prayer ; betw. two shields of arms : L. three lions passant guardant in pale, a label of three points, England, or Juyner ; R. seven lozenges, three, three, and one, Cleeve Abbey10
Page 164 - ... if he had many faults he also had some charity. His Arms. His seal as archbishop is No. 1217 in the British Museum Catalogue,. and is thus described : — Pointed oval 3^ x 2j. The Abp. full length in richly ornamented vestments, with pall and mitre, lifting up right hand in benediction, in the left a crozier, standing on a corbel enriched with carved borders and foliage. Over his head a fine trefoiled gothic canopy with architectural finials. In the field on either side a shield of arms : England....
Page 592 - WYNTON' . Rev. St. Barnabas1 the Apostle, with nimbus, standing in a carved niche with trefoiled arch and crocketed canopy ; in the right hand a long cross, in the left hand a book. The front edge of the platform, or plinth, inscribed with an indistinct legend, probably the second half of the rhyming hexameter verse commenced in a corresponding position with this on the obv. Below this the name : S' BARNAB
Page 70 - III. et Maria II. Dei Gra. Ang. Fra. et Hib. Rex et Regina. Fidie Defensores, etc.
Page 800 - ... seated on a carved throne, his feet resting on a supine human figure, with its head to the left, with engrailed nimbus mitre and pall, vestments partly embroidered, and interlaced ring work, in right hand a crazier* in left hand two keys. Legend : " Dimid . . . Ecclesie Sancti Petri Westmonasteri.
Page 591 - AD 1181-1222) ; of uncertain shape. The remaining part shows, within a square niche with semicircular arch overhead, St. Peter seated on a throne ; in the right hand two keys, in the left hand a book. In the field the inscription : SIGILLV' . SC*I . PETRI . APL'l . Archaic style.
Page 591 - ... throne ; in the right hand two keys, in the left hand a book. In the field the inscription : SIGILLV' . SC*I . PETRI . APL'l . Archaic style. This seal had not, I believe, been published until very recently. 2. Second seal of the abbey? 3 inches diameter, thirteenth century workmanship, ovate. Obv. St. Peter, with crown and mitre, seated on a throne in a niche with trefoiled arch and crocketed canopy ; in the right hand a double key, in the left hand a book. The front of the platform or plinth...