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" You might see churches rise in every village, and monasteries in the towns and cities, built after a style unknown before ; you might behold the country flourishing with renovated rites ; so that each wealthy man accounted that day lost to him, which... "
The book of the Axe - Page 81
by George Philip R. Pulman - 1854 - 495 pages
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A Companion to the Fourth Ed. of A Glossary of Terms Used in Grecian, Roman ...

John Henry Parker - Architecture - 1846 - 154 pages
...by their arrival the observances of religion, which were every where grown lifeless in England. You might see churches rise in every village, and monasteries in the towns and cities, built ill a style unknown before." William of Malmesbury, Sharpe's transl., p. 321. 1066 — 1077. St. Stephen's,...
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William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England: From the Earliest ...

William (of Malmesbury) - Civilization, Medieval - 1847 - 544 pages
...by their arrival, the observances of religion, which were everywhere grown lifeless in England. You might see churches rise in every village, and monasteries...neglected to signalize by some magnificent action. But having enlarged sufficiently on these points, let us pursue the transactions of William. When his...
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Church and Chapel Architecture: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time ...

Andrew Trimen - Church architecture - 1849 - 308 pages
...rose with towering splendour in every part of their adopted country. William of Malmesbury, says, "You might see churches rise in every village and monasteries in the towns and cities ; built in a style unknown before. You might behold the country nourishing with renovated sites, so that each...
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Church and chapel architecture, with an account of the Hebrew church; to ...

Andrew Trimen - 1849
...rose with towering splendour in every part of their adopted country. William of Malmesbury, says, "You might see churches rise in every village and monasteries in the towns and cities; built in a style unknown before. You might behold the country flourishing with renovated sites, so that each...
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The rambler in Worcestershire, or Stray notes on churches and ..., Volume 2

John Noake - 1851
...much as they undoubtedly did in that way, if we may rely upon William of Malmesbury, who says : " You might see churches rise in every village, and monasteries in the towns and cities — built in a style unknown before. You might behold the country flourishing with renovated sites, so that each...
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The history of the kings of England and the Modern history ..., Volume 3, Part 1

William (of Malmesbury.) - 1854
...revived, by their arrival, the rule of religion1 which had everywhere grown lifeless in England. You might see churches rise in every village, and monasteries...neglected to signalize by some magnificent action. But having enlarged sufficiently on these points, let us pursue the operations of William. How William...
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The Church Historians of England: pt. 1. The history of the kings of England ...

Great Britain - 1854
...revived, by their arrival, the rule of religion1 which had everywhere grown lifeless in England. You might see churches rise in every village, and monasteries...neglected to signalize by some magnificent action. But having enlarged sufficiently on these points, let us pursue the operations of William. How William...
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Church and Chapel Architecture, [etc.]

Andrew Trimen - 1856 - 300 pages
..."You might see churches rise in every village and 43 monasteries in the towns and cities ; built in a style unknown before. You might behold the country flourishing with renovated sites, so that each wealthy man accounted that day lost to him which he neglected to signalize by some...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 203

Early English newspapers - 1857
...by their arrival, the observances of religion, which were everywhere grown lifeless in England. You might see churches rise in every village, and monasteries...neglected to signalize by some magnificent action." This is, perhaps, rather a flattering estimate of the Norman character, and the conduct which distinguished...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 203

English essays - 1857
...by their arrival, the observances of religion, which were everywhere grown lifeless in England. Yon might see churches rise in every village, and monasteries in the towns and cities, built afler a style unknown before ; you might behold the country flourishing with rtnovnted rites; so that...
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