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Pilgrims Collection

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Lourdes, France - The Virgin Crowned statue

Lourdes, France - The Virgin Crowned statue
Lourdes, France - The Statue of the Crowned Virgin, often known as the " Crowned Statue" (La Vierge Couronnee), standing across Rosary Square from the Rosary Basilica, facing the entrance

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Chaucers Pilgrims by Pauline Baynes

Chaucers Pilgrims by Pauline Baynes
The numerous pilgrims from The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, pictured riding in procession

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrim Monument, Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA

Pilgrim Monument, Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA
The Pilgrim Monument and Bas Relief Tablet on Town Hill, Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA. It commemorates the signing of the Compact and the first landing place of the Pilgrims on 11 November 1620

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Longest Day at Stonehenge, Wiltshire

Longest Day at Stonehenge, Wiltshire
People gathering at Stonehenge, Wiltshire on the longest day of the year, on or near 21 June 1912. This photograph shows a daybreak pilgrimage by members of The Universal Bond of the Sons of Men

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrim Fathers First Christmas 1621

Pilgrim Fathers First Christmas 1621
A man fills a tankard of beer from a small keg, as various men sit or stand around drinking. Date: 1621

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrims Depart / Chaucer

Pilgrims Depart / Chaucer
The Canterbury Pilgrims depart the Tabard Inn, Southwark and head away from London into Kent

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Lourdes Pilgrims (Card)

Lourdes Pilgrims (Card)
Pilgrims kneel before the statue of Mary in the grotto, while one of them drinks the water and another lights a candle

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Visionaries & Pilgrims

Visionaries & Pilgrims
The Fatima visionaries with a group of pilgrims

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Apparition at Knock

Apparition at Knock
Apparitions of Mary, Joseph and John the Evangelist appear on the wall of the Catholic church in the village of Knock, County Mayo, Ireland : pilgrims continue to flock

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, New England, 1620

Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, New England, 1620
The Pilgrim Fathers arriving at Plymouth, New England in 1620. Date: 1918

Background imagePilgrims Collection: The Chapel of Mercy, Kevelaer, Germany

The Chapel of Mercy, Kevelaer, Germany
Kevelaer, a municipality in the district of Kleve, in North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany. The most-visited Catholic pilgrimage location within north-western Europe, with more than 800

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrims scallop, Pecten jacobaeus

Pilgrims scallop, Pecten jacobaeus (Jacobaean scallop, Ostrea jacobaea). Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Suffrage Pilgrimage NUWSS 1914

Suffrage Pilgrimage NUWSS 1914
The official programme of the Great Demonstration on Saturday 26th July 1913, when the Pilgrims entered Hyde Park in four processions. Date: 1913 July

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrims Way

Pilgrims Way
The Pilgrims Way, near Aylesford, Kent, England, which was used by pilgrims on their way to Canterbury. Date: 1950s

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Walsingham Shrine

Walsingham Shrine
The Holy Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, at Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England. This building, built on the foundations of the original shrine, was opened in 1931. Date: founded 1061

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrims returning to Algeria from Mecca

Pilgrims returning to Algeria from Mecca, having undertaking the Hajj, the pilgrimage every able-bodied Muslim is required to undertake at least once in their lifetime

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Indian festival of Puri

Indian festival of Puri
Festividad de Carro en Puri : Spanish poster advertising the Chariot Festival in Puri, India. The temple-shaped chariots can be seen in the background while Indian drummers dance in front

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Tabard Inn, Southwark

Tabard Inn, Southwark
Southwark: the Tabard Inn as it looked in 1810: several centuries earlier, Chaucers pilgrims left for Canterbury from here

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Walsingham Pilgrims

Walsingham Pilgrims
In the Middle Ages, pilgrims thronged to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, Norfolk, leaving their sandals in the " Slipper Chapel" and walking barefoot 2 miles to the shrine

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pope Pius X Blessing

Pope Pius X Blessing
POPE PIUS X (Giuseppe Sarto) pope and saint receiving pilgrims from Lombardy at the Vatican

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Bunyan / Pilgrims Map

Bunyan / Pilgrims Map
The pilgrims route map, from the Gate at upper left, via the Valley of the Shadow of Death, the Slough of Despond, Vanity Fair

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Chaucer, Wife of Bath

Chaucer, Wife of Bath
So much of dalliance and fair speech

Background imagePilgrims Collection: BUNYAN / PROGRESS 11

BUNYAN / PROGRESS 11
This panoramic view shows you how far the pilgrims must travel from the City of Destruction until they cross the river to their destination. Date: first published 1678

Background imagePilgrims Collection: John Bunyan imprisoned

John Bunyan imprisoned
During his imprisonment Bunyan wrote the " Pilgrims Progress". John Bunyan, English Christian writer and preacher

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Red Mount Chapel

Red Mount Chapel
The Chapel of Our Lady of the Red Mount, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, England. Built for the use of pilgrims en route to the Shrine at Walsingham. Date: late 15th century

Background imagePilgrims Collection: The Slipper Chapel

The Slipper Chapel
In the Middle Ages, pilgrims thronged to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, Norfolk, leaving their sandals in the " Slipper Chapel" and walking barefoot 2 miles to the shrine Date

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Poster advertising Garhmukhtesar, India

Poster advertising Garhmukhtesar, India
Poster for the East Indian Railway, advertising trips to Garhmukhtesar

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Chaucer Reads at Court

Chaucer Reads at Court
GEOFFREY CHAUCER Chaucer reads one of his Canterbury Tales to Edward III and his court, at Sheen Castle in Surrey

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrims Cross Desert

Pilgrims Cross Desert
A caravan of pilgrims cross the desert to Mecca

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Buddha of Kamakura

Buddha of Kamakura
The great bronze image of Buddha at Kamakura, Japan, cast in the 13th century, centrepiece of a group of shrines and temples which attract pilgrims

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Map of Palestine, circa 1800

Map of Palestine, circa 1800. From Gaza and Ashkelon in the south to Tyre and Sidon (Lebanon) in the north. La Palestina. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after Giulio Ferrario in his Costumes

Background imagePilgrims Collection: John Bunyan in Prison writing The Pilgrims Progress

John Bunyan in Prison writing The Pilgrims Progress
John Bunyan (1628-1688) - English writer and Puritan preacher - writing The Pilgrims Progress during his twelve-year imprisonment (between 1661 and 1672)

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Lourdes, France - Bernadette Soubirous house

Lourdes, France - Bernadette Soubirous house
Lourdes, France - The home of Bernadette Soubirous (1844-1879), venerated as a saint in the Catholic Church for her visions. Date: circa 1910

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Landscape painting by Gertrude Jekyll

Landscape painting by Gertrude Jekyll
The Pilgrim's Yews, Merrow Downs - Landscape painting by Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932), influential British horticulturist, garden designer, artist and writer. Date: 1890

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrims at Gougane Barra, Glengariff Ireland

Pilgrims at Gougane Barra, Glengariff Ireland

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrims, Chilham, Kent

Pilgrims, Chilham, Kent
Some architectural drawings of plans, along with south, west and east elevations of Pilgrims, a large half timbered house in Chilham, Kent, designed by architectural partnership

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Japanese pilgrims with hats, gongs and rosaries

Japanese pilgrims with hats, gongs and rosaries - Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts Date: circa 1910

Background imagePilgrims Collection: The pilgrims way

The pilgrims way from London the Tabard inn to the shrine of a Becket in Canterbury Cathedral. A shine to St Thomas Becket who was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral 850 years ago

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrims Dinner to Admiral Jewell, Savoy Hotel, London

Pilgrims Dinner to Admiral Jewell, Savoy Hotel, London
Pilgrims Dinner to Admiral Jewell of the US Navy, Savoy Hotel, London Date: 1911

Background imagePilgrims Collection: PILGRIM'S PROGRESS 31

PILGRIM'S PROGRESS 31
Mr Greatheart encourages Mr Fearing - he was ready to die for fear'. Date: first published 1678

Background imagePilgrims Collection: An Irish pilgrim to SAINT PATRICK'S PURGATORY, in Lough Dergh, sits in Saint Bridget's Chair

An Irish pilgrim to SAINT PATRICK'S PURGATORY, in Lough Dergh, sits in Saint Bridget's Chair, knowing that by doing so he is forever protected from accident and sudden death Date: 1847

Background imagePilgrims Collection: PILGRIMS/COMPOSTELLA

PILGRIMS/COMPOSTELLA
Two pilgrims - Die Jacobs Bruder - make their way to Compostella, dressed in the traditional garb ornamented with coquilles saint-Jacques identifying them as pilgrims Date: 1568

Background imagePilgrims Collection: BUNYAN/GIANT'S DEATH

BUNYAN/GIANT'S DEATH
The death of Giant Despair. Date: First published: 1678

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Pilgrims with portable altar, Japan

Pilgrims with portable altar, Japan
Vintage 19th century photograph: pilgrims with portable altar, Japan

Background imagePilgrims Collection: c. 1880s Japan - pilgrims begging for alms

c. 1880s Japan - pilgrims begging for alms
c.1880s Japan - pilgrims begging for alms

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Photograph of George & Pilgrims Inn, Glastonbury, Somerset

Photograph of George & Pilgrims Inn, Glastonbury, Somerset. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Corner on view of the pub

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Unceasing stream of pilgrims 1920

Unceasing stream of pilgrims 1920
Two photographs showing the Unknown Warriors coffin which were the remains of a British service personnel who was killed in World War One, laid to rest in Westminster Abbey, London

Background imagePilgrims Collection: Historical views of the Holy Land

Historical views of the Holy Land. The Dead Sea or the Lake of Sodom 76, Mount Tabor 77, and fisherman on the Sea of Galilee 78. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Rev



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