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Bog, hæftet Welsh Scenery: From Drawings (Classic Reprint) af Robert Batty

Welsh Scenery: From Drawings (Classic Reprint)

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Tan name of Chepstow seems anciently to have been confounded with Striguile. Lleland, in his Itinerary, calls the founder of Tintern Abbey, Dom. De Stroghil, alias Chepstow. Williams, in his History of Monmouthshire, says, Camden just... Læs mere

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Tan name of Chepstow seems anciently to have been confounded with Striguile. Lleland, in his Itiner... Læs mere

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148
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01-10-2016
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Excerpt from Welsh Scenery: From Drawings

Tan name of Chepstow seems anciently to have been confounded with Striguile. Lleland, in his Itinerary, calls the founder of Tintern Abbey, Dom. De Stroghil, alias Chepstow. Williams, in his History of Monmouthshire, says, Camden justly distinguished Sniguil, or Strigil, from Chepstow. Some remains of Strigil Castle are still to be seen on a brow of the forest of Went wood, four miles from Chepstow. It is uncertain when Chepstow Castle was founded, but most probably by the Normans, on the site of a Roman'station. Tanner, in his Notitia Monastica, describes Chepstow as An alien priory of Be nedictine monks to the Abbey of Cormeil, in Normandy, as early as King Stephen's reign. It was dedicated to St. Mary, and seized by the crown, but restored in the first year of Henry IV. It was granted by King Edward IV. In the second year of his reign, to the college called Godd'a House, in Cambridge: but the grant seems not to have taken efi'ect, because here was a priory till the dissolution, when it had three. Religious. During the wars in the time of Charles I. Chepstow Castle was alternately in the hands of the royalist and parliamentary forces.

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