Glastonbury – Origins of the Sacred by T.F. Hopkinson-Ball

Imagier Publishing, 2012
Paperback: pp. 107

Condition: New

A concise and objective overview of the evolution of Glastonbury’s medieval foundation story. Tracing the story’s development from its beginning in the tenth century to its final flowering in the sixteenth, the context in which it took root is explored and the sacred objects, events and phenomena which contributed to its growth are considered. By exploring this largely forgotten story, the reader will discover why Glastonbury was dubbed England’s ‘holyest erth’, and will begin to appreciate the reasons still underlying Glastonbury’s attraction for so many people today.



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Weight.165 kg



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