Ecclesia cathedralis Sarisberiensis

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Ecclesia cathedralis Sarisberiensis

Ecclesia cathedralis Sarisberiensis in Anglia occidentali visitatur. Sede episcopali antea Sorvioduni vel Vetere Saro posita, episcopus Ricardus Poore novam ecclesiam cathedralem Sarisberiae vel Saro Novo anno 1220 aedificare coepit, materie praesertim e lapicidinis Teffont Evias advecta. Ecclesia iam anno 1258 (episcopo Aegidio de Bridport) magna parte confecta est, turre excepta, quae anno circiter 1320 addita erit.

Aevo recentiori restitutionem ecclesiae Iacobus Wyatt inter annos 1787 et 1793, Georgius Gilbertus Scott inter annos 1865 et 1871,[1] restructionem autem culminis Arthurus Blomfield anno 1898 curaverunt.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Georgius Gilbertus Scott, Personal and professional recollections (Londinii, 1879) pp. 300-308

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Ricardus Poore, episcopus, qui cathedralem Sarisberiensem aedificare coepit cathedralemque Dunelmensem auxit
De historia et architectura
  • A description of that admirable structure, the cathedral church of Salisbury, with the chapels, monuments, grave-stones, and their inscriptions; to which is prefixed an account of Old Sarum. Londinii: R. Baldwin, 1777 Textus apud Internet Archive
  • John Britton, The history and antiquities of the cathedral church of Salisbury. Londinii: Nattali, 1836 Textus apud Internet Archive
  • Sydney Evans, Salisbury Cathedral: a reflective guide. Sarisberiae: Michael Russell, 1985
  • L. Keen, T. Cocke, edd., Medieval art and architecture at Salisbury Cathedral. 1996
  • Richard John King, Handbook to the Cathedrals of England: Southern division: part I. Winchester, Salisbury, Exeter, Wells. 2a ed. Londinii: John Murray, 1876 Textus apud Internet Archive
  • Gleeson White, The cathedral church of Salisbury; a description of its fabric and a brief history of the see of Sarum. Londinii: Bell, 1901 Textus apud Internet Archive
Specialia
  • James Harris, Copies of the epitaphs in Salisbury Cathedral, cloisters, and cemetery; accompanied by translations, and notes historical and biographical; with a general survey of the other churches in Salisbury. Sarisberiae, 1825 Textus apud Internet Archive
  • William Henry [Rich] Jones, Fasti Ecclesiæ Sarisberiensis, or A calendar of the Bishops, Deans, Archdeacons, and members of the Cathedral body at Salisbury, from the earliest times to the present. Sarisberiae: Brown, 1879 Textus apud Internet Archive
  • W. Rich Jones, W Dunn Macray, edd., Charters and documents illustrating the history of the cathedral, city and diocese of Salisbury, in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Londinii: HMSO, 1891 Textus apud Internet Archive
  • A. R. Malden, ed., The canonization of Saint Osmund, from the manuscript records in the muniment room of Salisbury Cathedral. Sarisberiae, 1901 Textus apud Internet Archive
  • Jesus Martín-Gil et al., "The Orange-Brown Patina of Salisbury Cathedral (West Porch) Surfaces: Evidence of its Man-Made Origin" in Environmental Science and Pollution Research vol. 12 (2005) pp. 285-289
  • Chr. Wordsworth, ed., Ceremonies and processions of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury. Cantabrigiae: Cambrisge University Press, 1901 Textus apud Internet Archive
De bibliotheca
  • A catalogue of the Library of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury. 1880 Textus apud Internet Archive

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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