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" In the early ages of the Christian Church it was customary to bury persons of rank, or of eminent sanctity, in the church porch ; none being allowed to be buried within the church itself. When the rigour of... "
A Glossary of Terms Used in Grecian, Roman, Italian, and Gothic Architecture - Page 101
by John Henry Parker - 1838 - 144 pages
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Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and ..., Volume 17

Sussex Archaeological Society - Archaeology - 1865
...office, Ministers' Accounts. Sussex, wills, &c. TG, 16,064. TB Suss. Arch. Coll., vol. viii., p. 217. 19 In the early ages of the Christian Church it was customary...buried within the church itself. When the rigour of thin rule first began to be relaxed, it was ordered by the canons of King Edgar, that none but good...
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Three Months in the Forests of France: A Pilgrimage in Search of Vestiges of ...

Margaret Stokes - Christian saints - 1895 - 291 pages
...which bodies were deposited previous to their interment, while the upper room became a muniment room. In the early ages of the Christian Church it was customary...the church porch, none being allowed to be buried in the church itself (see Appendix," Erdam"). Although this church of Fursa in the barony of Ower was...
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