2 edition of Excavations at Lambeth Palace, 1980. found in the catalog.
Excavations at Lambeth Palace, 1980.
by Southwark & Lambeth Archaeological Excavation Committee in London
Written in English
Reprinted from the London Archaeologist Vol. 4, No. 2 (Spring 1981).
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The Archbishop of Canterbury is "the primate of all England" within the Church of England and the spiritual head of the Anglican see is at Canterbury Cathedral in Kent, England and his residence is Lambeth Palace in London. She has worked on the excavations of the Palatine Hill and the Testaccio Market in Rome. Recently, she participated in the restoration of the Domus Tiberiana, the imperial palace on the Palatine hill in Rome. She will soon take part in cataloging the ceramics raised from the excavation of the Cibele temple area at the NW corner of the Palatine.
He has added little prayers and notes of his own. That shows that he didn’t just have one, but that he used it. It’s interesting the way it has survived. Contemporary records say a prayerbook was found in his tent at the Battle of Bosworth. They say it was given to his sister Margaret. The one at Lambeth Palace has her name on it. At first the Lambeth copy seemed completely clear of any hidden texts. But upon closer inspection Dr. Poleg saw that heavy paper was pasted over some of the book’s blank parts. His job was to reveal the annotations without damaging the Bible, he said. A pasted page with the Library stamp. (Lambeth Palace Library).
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