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Smiling Abbot Part 3

Previously I’ve posted about the ‘discovery’ by Llangollen Museum of a new fragment of a medieval recumbent effigial slab that we have informally called ‘The Smiling Abbot’. 647 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

The Smiling Abbot - Part 2

What a fun archaeodeath day!

First up, I did some work at home on the paper I am writing: a bit of a departure for me that has come from circumstances and enthusiasm; I’m writing up an article reporting and contextualising the striking recent ‘discovery’ of a fragment of an effigial grave-slab of a Cistercian abbot near Llangollen. 413 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

Carissimi: Today's Mass; St. Giles, Abbot

S. Giles, Abbot; Commemoration of the Twelve Holy Brothers, Martyrs: Missa “Os iusti”

ATHENS, in Greece, was the native city of St. Giles. He was of noble parentage, and devoted himself from early youth to piety and learning. 1,770 more words


Monk Accused Of Killing 3 People Becomes Temple Abbot

(This article is courtesy of the Shanghai Daily News Paper)

Monk on the run: Chinese ‘killer’ becomes temple abbot

Source: AFP | August 31, 2016, Wednesday | ONLINE EDITION… 237 more words

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Monk on the run: Chinese 'killer' becomes temple abbot

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

BEIJING: A suspected murderer on the run for 16 years in China found refuge in Buddhist temples, eventually rising to become an abbot, state media said Wednesday (Aug 31).  218 more words

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Celtic Saint of the Day 11th July

St. Drostan

A Scottish abbot who flourished about A.D. 600. All that is known of him is found in the “Breviarium Aberdonense” and in the “ 280 more words

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