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Lincoln Cathedral: A Journey from Past to Present by Pamela Hartshorne
  

Lincoln Cathedral: A Journey from Past to Present

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Lincoln Cathedral: A Journey from Past to Present by Pamela Hartshorne

Described by John Ruskin as 'out and out the most precious piece of architecture in the British Isles and roughly speaking worth any two other cathedrals we have', Lincoln Cathedral, in its commanding location, is very much more than a priceless gem of ecclesiastical architecture. Today the Cathedral not only continues to serve its local and regional community as it has done for nearly ten centuries, but also projects its faith mission worldwide. Beautifully designed and produced, the book will be a volume to be treasured by every friend of, and visitor to, this precious, beautiful and dynamic spiritual foundation.

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This sumptuous book presents a pilgrimage panorama of its past ten centuries, and its present of worship and mission by a community of clergy, staff and volunteers. Lincolnshire Life, March 2011.


About the Author

After an earlier career spent working and travelling around the world, including stints as cook on an outback cattle station, interpreter on expedition in Cameroon and English teacher in Jakarta, Pamela Hartshorne stumbled into writing as a way of funding a PhD in Medieval Studies. Settling at last in York, for several years she combined academic research with a successful career as a romance writer. Her thesis on the streets of later medieval and early modern York was finally completed in 2004 and she continues to work (very slowly) on a scholarly edition of the wardmote court records that formed the basis of her research. The Memory of Midnight is her second novel based on her study of Elizabethan York and written under her real name.

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Book Info

Publication date

1st November 2011

Author

Pamela Hartshorne

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Author's Website

www.pamelahartshorne.com

Publisher

Third Millennium Information

Format

Paperback
176 pages

Categories

Religious buildings

ISBN

9781906507206

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