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" ... bishopric of Dorchester. The diocese was large, extending from the Thames to the Humber, so the Norman prelate determined to make Lincoln his cathedral city instead of Dorchester on Thames. On the summit of Lincoln Hill, within the Roman wall, and... "
The Archaeological Journal - 第 164 頁
1883
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Lincoln, City and Cathedral: A Description for Visitors and Citizens

Ruddock, J.W., publisher - 1901 - 185 頁
...brings us again to the starting-point of our ramble. THE ARBORETUM. Photochrom Co. III. The Cathedral Church. " Strong as the place was strong, and fair as the place was fair." THE HISTORY OF THE BUILDING. |HIS noble building, the pride and glory of Lincoln, from its position...
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The cathedrals of Great Britain: their history and architecture

Peter Hampson Ditchfield - 1902 - 452 頁
...invasion. Then Dorchester was the bishop's residence until Remigius transferred his throne to Lincoln, and built a church " strong as the place was strong...place was fair, dedicated to the Virgin of Virgins." This church was ready for consecration on the founder's death in 1092 AD It was cruciform, with a semi-circular...
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The Cathedrals of England: An Account of Some of Their Distinguishing ...

Mary Jane Howland Taber - 1904 - 287 頁
...d. 1092), like the other Norman bishops, had a perfect passion for building. He " chose a steep hill strong as the place was strong, and fair as the place was fair, and dedicated the church to the Virgin of Virgins." He laid the ground-plan of his cathedral like that...
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Lincoln: A Historical and Topographical Account of the City ...

E. Mansel Sympson - 1906 - 447 頁
...certain lands on the summit of the Hill hard by the Castle, standing aloft with its strong towers, he built a Church, strong as the place was strong and fair as the place was fair, and dedicated it to the Virgin of Virgins : which should both be a joy to the servants of God, and...
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How to Visit the English Cathedrals

Esther Singleton - 1912 - 460 頁
...appearing far more worthy to be the See of a bishop. He therefore bought certain lands on the highest parts of the city, near the castle standing aloft with its...and as befitted the time unconquerable by enemies." Such is Henry of Huntingdon's account of the transference of the See, which took place between 1072...
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