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Archbishop Collection

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Honorius Patron Saint

Honorius Patron Saint
SAINT HONORIUS (French : Saint Honore) archbishop of Canterbury patron of bakers and pastry cooks

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Maidstone, Kent

Maidstone, Kent
The Archbishops Palace at Maidstone, Kent Date: 1907

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Oliver Plunkett

Oliver Plunkett
OLIVER PLUNKETT Irish Catholic, archbishop of Armagh and primate of Ireland, falsely accused of conspiracy by Titus Oates and hanged, disembowelled &c in London

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, 1953

Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, 1953
General view of the State Procession down the Nave led by H. M. The Queen, flanked by her Maids of Honour after the Coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey on June 2nd 1953. 1953

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Queen Elizabeth II is crowned

Queen Elizabeth II is crowned
The moment during the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II where the Archbishop of Canterbury places St Edwards crown on the Queens head. Date: 1953

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Marriage certificate, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Marriage certificate, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip
Marriage certificate of Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor (Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth II) and Philip Mountbatten (Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh)

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, 1953

Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, 1953
Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen passing through Westminster Abbey wearing St Edwards crown and carrying the orb and sceptre. Date: 2nd June 1953

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Cardinal Herbert Alfred Vaughan

Cardinal Herbert Alfred Vaughan
Herbert Alfred Vaughan (1832 - 1903) - British Catholic cardinal and Archbishop of Westminster

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Archbishop Manning on Clerkenwell Green, London, 1872

Archbishop Manning on Clerkenwell Green, London, 1872
Engraving showing Archbishop Manning administering the pledge, before a large audience on Clerkenwell Green, London, 1872

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Anselm Made Archbishop

Anselm Made Archbishop
Anselm is appointed Archbishop of Canterbury

Background imageArchbishop Collection: St John Chrysostom / Butle

St John Chrysostom / Butle
SAINT JOHN CHRYSOSTOM Syrian prelate of Antioch archbishop of Constantinople, banished by royals but loved by populace. His name means golen-mouthed given him

Background imageArchbishop Collection: ST ANSELM

ST ANSELM
SAINT ANSELM Scholastic philosopher; Archbishop of Canterbury

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Thomas Cranmer

Thomas Cranmer
THOMAS CRANMER churchman, archbishop of Canterbury with his autograph

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Wedding of Princess Mary and Viscount Lascelles, 1922

Wedding of Princess Mary and Viscount Lascelles, 1922
The marriage of Princess Mary, only daughter of King George V and Queen Mary, later Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood, to Henry, Viscount Lascelles, later 6th Earl of Harewood

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Coronation, receiving the Crown of glory 1937

Coronation, receiving the Crown of glory 1937
The Queens Coronation. Her Majesty is kneeling on her faldstool and the Archbishop of Canterbury is placing the Crown upon her head, with the koh-i-noor diamond glittering

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Herbert Vaughan

Herbert Vaughan
Herbert Alfred Vaughan (1832 1903), English prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of Westminster from 1892 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1893

Background imageArchbishop Collection: St John Chrysostom / Theve

St John Chrysostom / Theve
SAINT JOHN CHRYSOSTOM Archbishop of Constantinople, noted preacher, exiled by the rich and powerful for his outspoken views Date: circa 347 - 407

Background imageArchbishop Collection: King Eadwig and Queen Aelfgifu, marriage annulled by Dunstan

King Eadwig and Queen Aelfgifu, marriage annulled by Dunstan
Edwy or Eadwig, King of England and his wife Elgiva or Aelfgifu - their marriage is annulled against their will by Archbishop Dunstan, probably for political reasons

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Marriage of Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon 1923

Marriage of Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon 1923
Marriage of Duke of York (later George VI) and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon at Westminster Abbey, London. Archbishop of Canterbury performing the ceremony the King and Queen standing behind

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Royal Wedding 1947 - Archbishop of Canterbury

Royal Wedding 1947 - Archbishop of Canterbury
The Most Rev. Rt. Hon. Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury (1887 - 1972), who officiated at the marriage of Princess Elizabeth to Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten at Westminster Abbey

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II by Bryan de Grineau

Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II by Bryan de Grineau
Spectacular illustration by ILN special artist, Bryan de Grineau, showing the supreme moment of the Coronation ceremony of Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey when the Archbishop of Canterbury

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Saint Bruno / Butler Lives

Saint Bruno / Butler Lives
SAINT BRUNO alias BRUNO THE GREAT Archbishop of Cologne and Duke of Lorraine

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Lambeth Palace C18

Lambeth Palace C18
View across the Thames of the residence of the archbishop of Canterbury : the shipping on the river includes a ferry carrying a carriage and its horses

Background imageArchbishop Collection: William Juxon

William Juxon
WILLIAM JUXON Archbishop of Canterbury

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Top English Clergy

Top English Clergy
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York, together with other top English clergy, at the coronation of George V

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Archbishop Herbert Vaughan

Archbishop Herbert Vaughan
Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster, Herbert Vaughan. 1896

Background imageArchbishop Collection: DUNSTAN WRITING(STRUTT)

DUNSTAN WRITING(STRUTT)
DUNSTAN Archbishop of Canterbury English prelate writing with a quill pen Date: 12th century

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Death of James Sharp, Archbishop of St Andrews

Death of James Sharp, Archbishop of St Andrews, at the hands of militant Covenanters in front of his daughter on Magus Muir, outside St Andrews, on 3 May 1679. 1679

Background imageArchbishop Collection: William Howley - 1

William Howley - 1
WILLIAM HOWLEY Archbishop of Canterbury Date: 1766 - 1848

Background imageArchbishop Collection: His Eminence Cardinal John McCloskey

His Eminence Cardinal John McCloskey
His Eminence Cardinal McCloskey, Archbishop of New York Date: 1875

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Edwin Sandys, Archbishop

Edwin Sandys, Archbishop
EDWIN SANDYS Archbishop of York Date: 1516 - 1588

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Thos Cranmer / Lambeth Pal

Thos Cranmer / Lambeth Pal
THOMAS CRANMER Archbishop of Canterbury

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Thanksgiving Service

Thanksgiving Service
Thanksgiving service given by Orthodox Archbishop Nikolai after the Battle of Moscow has ended with a German withdrawal

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Hungary Converts

Hungary Converts
Istvan I (Saint Stephen), converts the Magyars to Christianity : his envoy the archbishop Astricius obtains from pope Silvester II the title of Apostolic King

Background imageArchbishop Collection: George(Iv) Weds Caroline

George(Iv) Weds Caroline
George, prince of Wales, weds Caroline of Brunswick in the Chapel Royal; the Archbishop of Canterbury gives his official blessing

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Thomas a Becket, Martyr

Thomas a Becket, Martyr
THOMAS A BECKET controversial archbishop of Canterbury depicted as Saint Thomas of Canterbury

Background imageArchbishop Collection: St Edmund of Abingdon

St Edmund of Abingdon
SAINT EDMUND OF ABINGDON EDMUND RICH English scholar. He became archbishop of Canterbury in 1233. He preached 6th crusade

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Saint Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury

Saint Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury
Saint Dunstan, Abbot of Glastonbury, Bishop of Worcester, Bishop of London, then Archbishop of Canterbury, pictured here with a vision of the Virgin and Child

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Baptism of King Guthrum, Viking leader

Baptism of King Guthrum, Viking leader
The Baptism of Guthrum, King of the Danish Vikings in the Danelaw - King Alfred was his Godfather. Guthrum was christened Aethelstan on his conversion to Christianity. 878

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Patriarch of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, East Africa

Patriarch of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, East Africa
The Abuna, Patriarch of Addis Ababa and Archbishop of the Christian Church of Ethiopia, East Africa. Date: 1922

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Edwy or Eadwig, King of England, and Queen Elgiva

Edwy or Eadwig, King of England, and Queen Elgiva
Edwy or Eadwig (?-959), King of England, and his wife Elgiva (Aelfgifu). Their marriage was annulled against their will by Archbishop Dunstans supporters, for political reasons

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Ravenna - Basilica di S. Apollinare in Classe - Sarcophagus

Ravenna - Basilica di S. Apollinare in Classe - Sarcophagus
Ravenna, Italy - Basilica di S.Apollinare in Classe - Sarcophagus of Archbishop Theodore, Basilica of Saint Apollinaris in Classe (6th century). Date: 6th century

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Archbishop Cranmer Burnt At The Stake

Archbishop Cranmer Burnt At The Stake

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Archbishop Thomas A Becket's Palace, Tarring, West Sussex

Archbishop Thomas A Becket's Palace, Tarring, West Sussex Date: circa 1905

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Salo, Province of Brescia - Street Scene - Borromeo Statue

Salo, Province of Brescia - Street Scene - Borromeo Statue
Salo, Province of Brescia, on the shore of the Lago di Garda, Italy. Statue of Charles Borromeo, the Archbishop of Milan (1564 to 1584) and a cardinal of the Catholic Church

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Archbishop's Palace, Maidstone, Kent

Archbishop's Palace, Maidstone, Kent - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Lady Jane Grey becomes Queen

Lady Jane Grey becomes Queen, on 10 July 1553 Date: 1553

Background imageArchbishop Collection: Archbishop of York cursing William the Conqueror

Archbishop of York cursing William the Conqueror Date: 11th century



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