English Cathedrals - Peterborough Cathedral
English Cathedrals - Peterborough Cathedral - Open nave with pulpit , bishops chair in distance. Part of Box 144 Boswell Collection - English Cathedrals. Peterborough Cathedral, properly the Cathedral Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Andrew also known as Saint Peter's Cathedral in the United Kingdom is the seat of the Bishop of Peterborough, dedicated to Saint Peter, Saint Paul and Saint Andrew, whose statues look down from the three high gables of the famous West Front. Although it was founded in the Anglo-Saxon period, its architecture is mainly Norman, following a rebuilding in the 12th century. With Durham and Ely Cathedrals, it is one of the most important 12th-century buildings in England to have remained largely intact, despite extensions and restoration. Date: circa 1900
© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans
Llull, Ramon (1233-1315 or 1316). Majorcan writer and philos
Llull, Ramon (1233-1315 or 1316). Majorcan writer and philosopher. 'Conversion of Ramon Llull'. 1) Preaching of Bishop in the convent of the Friars Minor in Majorca. 2) Ramon Llull into the habit 'Electorium Parvum Seu Breviculum'. Codex St. Peter. Parchment 92. Fol. 2r (facsimile). Library of Baden in Karlsruhe. Germany.
© Thaliastock / Mary Evans
Caricature of Archdeacon Dunbar, Anglican clergyman
Caricature of Archdeacon Charles Gordon Cumming Dunbar (1844-1916), Anglican clergyman of St Andrew's Church, Tavistock Place, London, who was involved in a divorce case in 1881 brought by his wife, Edith Wentworth Dunbar, but was found not guilty of adultery. The Venerable Archdeacon Dunbar. The Church and the Stage -- the Pulpit and the Pay-Box.
© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library