The Annunciation (Exeter College) "Receiving that "Ave" From the mouth of Gabriel, Establish us in peace, Transforming the name of "Eva"". - from the 'Ave Maris Stella' The windows in Exeter College, c.1859-61 by Clayton & Bel have recently been restored. 25 March is the Solemnity of the Annunciation.
Exeter Cathedral is one of the oldest and most beautiful Cathedrals in England. Located in the centre of the city, there has been a Cathedral on the present site for nearly one thousand years. The imposing towers of today’s Cathedral date from the early 12th century. They form the majority of what remains of the Norman Cathedral which was replaced from 1270 -1340 by the beautiful Gothic building we see today with its famous West Front and elegant Nave. More
GREAT EAST WINDOW EXETER CATHEDRAL Canvas Print featuring the photograph by Richard Brookes. DESCRIPTION: The impressive Great East Window of Exeter Cathedral in Devon. The Anglican cathedral, founded in 1133 & completed by 1400 is one of the finest examples of gothic architecture. Much of the glass is medieval dating from 1304. The glass was among many precious items removed from the Cathedral and stored safely during World War II. Photo by & copyright Richard Brookes.
Great East Window Exeter Cathedral Canvas Print
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