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Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester

Nicholas Riall

Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester

a patron of the twelfth-century renaissance.

by Nicholas Riall

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Published by Hampshire County Council in [Winchester?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Henry, -- of Blois, -- ca. 1090-1171.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHampshire papers -- 5.
    ContributionsHampshire (England). County Council.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA199.H4 .R53 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18962509M
    ISBN 10185975015X
    OCLC/WorldCa31738354

      Winchester Psalter () - BL Cotton MS Nero C IV‎ (3 F) Media in category "Henry of Blois" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 ://:Henry_of_Blois. Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester. The book Ecclesiastical History Together with the Deeds of the Romans and the Franks, written by Hugh of Fleury, was dedicated to Adela. One of Adela’s youngest sons, Henry of Winchester, was dedicated to the church at an early age, and was raised at the Priory of Cluny in France.

    Bishop of Winchester - Stephen, King of England - Adela of Normandy - Glastonbury Abbey - Theobald of Bec - The Anarchy - Diocese of Winchester - Farnham Castle - Hospital of St Cross - Stephen, Count of Blois - Empress Matilda - Wolvesey Castle - Hursley - Peter the Venerable - Henry I of England - Bishop's Waltham Palace - Winchester Psalter - Downton, Wiltshire - Winchester - Winchester The tower of Winchester Cathedral collapsed and was rebuilt with rib-vaulting. Henry I's nephew, Henry of Blois, was made Bishop of Winchester. (c) The Winchester Bible was begun. The Hospital of St Cross (almshouses), in St Cross Road, was founded by Bishop Henry de ?id=&f=Winchester.

      Henry of Blois was the brother of King Stephen and was the Bishop of Winchester and Abbot of Glastonbury during the twelfth century. He was a formidable power-player during the reign of his brother and was also involved with Henry II over the struggles between the king and Thomas  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.   (). The New Castles of Henry de Blois as Bishop of Winchester: The Case against Farnham, Surrey. Medieval Archaeology: Vol. 47, No. 1, pp.


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Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester by Nicholas Riall Download PDF EPUB FB2

Henry Of Blois, (born c. —died Aug. 8,Winchester, Hampshire, Eng.), bishop of Winchester (from ) and papal legate in England (–43), who was largely instrumental in having his brother Stephen recognized as king of England ().

Henry was the fourth son of Stephen, count of Blois and Chartres, and of Adela, daughter of William I the :// Henry of Blois holding his bishop’s crosier and ring in the Golden Book of St Alban’s, (© The British Library, Cotton Nero fv) Henry of Blois was the grandson of William the Conqueror and younger brother of King Stephen ().

/digital/the-cloister-cs/henry-of-blois. Hampshire Papers 5: Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester: A patron of the Twelfth-Century Renaissance by Nicholas Riall () Bishop, politician, and patron of art and architecture, Henry of Blois was a leading figure in mid-twelfth century ://?productid=&cat=&page=1.

Genealogy for Henry Eudes de Blois-Champagne (Champagne), Bishop of Winchester (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames X Henry of Blois Henry of Blois (d.

) was a towering figure in twelfth-century England. Grandson of William the Conqueror and brother to King Stephen, he played a central ro TY - BOOK. T1 - Henry of Blois: T2 - New Interpretations. A2 - Kynan-Wilson, William. A2 Bishop of Winchester book Munns, John Millington.

PY - /3. Y1 - /3. N2 - First modern study devoted to one of the twelfth-century's most enigmatic, infuential and fascinating of Blois (d. ) was a towering figure in twelfth-century ://   Bishop Henry of Blois MicroData Summary for Henry of Blois Bishop Henry of Blois (died 9 Aug ) Bishop of Winchester.

a bishop for years Principal Consecrator: Archbishop Bishop of Winchester book of Corbeuil, C.R.S.A. Buy Henry Blois, Bishop of Winchester: A Patron of the Twelfth-century Renaissance (Hampshire Papers S.) Illustrated edition by Riall, Nicholas (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible ://   A Cluniac prelate: Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester () Author. Senette, Douglas John. Date. Description. The thesis of this dissertation is that the unifying factor in the life of Henry of Blois was his Cluniac profession.

Given to as an oblate at a very early age, Henry was formed as a person in the abbey of :// A wealthy bishop is said to have ordered the magnificently illuminated Bible displayed in Winchester Cathedral.

But could it have been commissioned by a worried Henry II, trying to find biblical Bishop of Winchester. Fourth son of Adele and Stephen of Blois, youngest brother of King Stephen. He was raised in the Abbey of Cluny and was named Abbot of Glastonbury in by his uncle King Henry I.

He was ordained Bishop of Winchester in and received papal permission to stay Abbot of Glastonbury until his HENRY de BLOIS Bishop of Winchester (ABT - ____) Notes Children: Dr. Wm Thomas Warren Norborne, Jr died single James Monroe died ~mysouthernfamily/genealogy/myff/d/ghtml.

Henry of Blois (c. – 8 August ), often known as Henry of Winchester, was Abbot of Glastonbury Abbey fromand Bishop of Winchester from to his death.

He was a younger son of Stephen Henry, Count of Blois by Adela of Normandy, daughter of William the Conqueror and Matilda of ://?p=Henry+of+Blois. found: Britannica online, Feb. 28, (Henry of Blois; b. ; d. Aug. 8,Winchester, England; bishop of Winchester (from ); papal legate in England, ) Editorial Notes [THIS 1XX FIELD CANNOT BE USED UNDER RDA UNTIL THIS RECORD HAS Made in the midth century, the Winchester Psalter is named for its place of production, Winchester book is also known as the Psalter of Henry of Blois, the bishop of Winchester and the likely patron of the large book is a fine example of the revival of the Anglo-Saxon ink-and-wash technique in Romanesque England.

A cycle of thirty-eight full-page illuminations Upon the death of King Henry Ist on December 1 stthe throne was usurped by Matilda’s cousin, the said Stephen of Blois organised by the Machiavellian manoeuvrings of our Henry Blois, Bishop of Winchester.

Given the pervading attitude to women on the throne, it may be that Henry Blois and Stephen had previously discussed such an :// Henry of Blois (d. ) was a towering figure in twelfth-century England. Bishop of Winchester and abbot of Glastonbury for more than four decades, Henry was one of the richest men in the kingdom, and effectively governed the English Church for a time as Papal Legate.

In the first major book-length study of Henry to be published since Blois then passed to the second son, Theobald. Their third son Stephen of Blois became King of England after Henry I of England died without a male heir and the English did not think Henry I's daughter Empress Matilda a suitable ruler because of her sex.

Stephen and Adela's youngest son was Henry of Blois, bishop of ://?lang=en&n=blois&oc=0&p=count+henry+stephen+of. HENRY OF BLOIS, bishop of Winchester (–), was the son of Stephen, count of Blois, by Adela, daughter of William I., and brother of King Stephen.

He was educated at Cluny, and consistently exerted himself for the principles of Cluniac :// Find the perfect henry of winchester stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images.

No need to register, buy now!. The manuscript may have been commissioned by Henry of Blois (b. c.d. ), younger brother to King Stephen (r.

–), and Bishop of Winchester from to Additions to the Psalter’s calendar suggest that, by the middle of the 13th century, it was in the possession of the Benedictine nunnery of Shaftesbury ://Henry of Blois was the brother of King Stephen and was the Bishop of Winchester and Abbot of Glastonbury during the twelfth century.

He was a formidable power-player during the reign of his brother and was also involved with Henry II over the struggles between the king and Thomas  › History › Europe › Great Britain.

Winchester Psalter was made c, probably in the Cathedral Priory of S1. Swithun, Winchester. 2 The Winchester Bible is a little later, also made when Henry of Blois was Bishop of Winchester (), and almost certainly made at the same place3 Few manuscripts of the,_Manuscript_Production.