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Author : J. Lamb
ISBN : STANFORD:36105126436265
Genre : Gloucestershire (England)
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Author : David Verey
Genre : Architecture
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Cumberland Westmorland Gloucestershire

Author : Audrey W. Douglas
ISBN : 0802056695
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The Records of Early English Drama volumes make available historical transcripts that provide evidence of early English drama, music, ceremonial dance, and other forms of communal public entertainment in Britain from the Middle Ages to 1642, when the Puritans closed the London theatres.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Gloucestershire Notes And Queries

Author : William Phillimore Watts Phillimore
ISBN : HARVARD:32044090331927
Genre : Gloucestershire (England)
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Gloucestershire The Cotswolds

Author : David Verey
ISBN : UOM:39015045664086
Genre : Architecture
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In the BUILDINGS OF ENGLAND series, the 2nd revised edition covers one of England's most visited areas. There are chapters by experts in prehistoric, Roman and medieval buildings and in geology. The architecture of towns such as Cirencester and Chipping Camden is covered in depth, as are the wealth of villages, manor houses and farmsteads.
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Author : Herbert A. Evans
ISBN : 9781107697393
Genre : Science
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This guide to Gloucestershire by Herbert A. Evans was first published in 1909 and reissued as this second edition in 1914.
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Shakespeare S Gloucestershire Connections

Author : Carol Curt Enos
ISBN : 9781627877022
Genre : History
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Shakespeares -- and Guillims -- in Gloucestershire? That is the question. This search for Shakespeare connections with Gloucestershire grew out of the 1581 will of Alexander Houghton of Houghton Tower, Lancashire, that named two men, Fulke Guillim and William Shakeshafte, who were probably members of Houghton's private acting group. It seemed probable that identifying Fulke Guillim could help determine if William Shakeshafte was actually William Shakespeare, as proposed by E.A.J. Honigmann and many subsequent authors. Might Guillim be related to John Guillim, the herald, of Minsterworth, Gloucestershire, author of The Display of Heraldry of 1610? Upon learning that John Guillim was descended from a Hathaway family in Minsterworth, the question became more compelling. The search eventually uncovered numerous ties between William Shakespeare and Gloucestershire through his mother's Arden relatives, through neighbors in Stratford such as the Lucys and the Grevilles, and through Shakespeare's friends, such as Thomas Russell, overseer of Shakespeare's will, all of whom had extensive and long-standing family histories in Gloucestershire. In addition, branches of the Shakespeare family were established in Gloucestershire, particularly in Dursley, and Tewkesbury before, during, and after Shakespeare's time. Dursley is about twelve miles from Minsterworth, and Tewkesbury is about twenty-eight miles south of Stratford and about fifteen miles north of Minsterworth, so the Gloucestershire Shakespeares very possibly knew the Guillim family. While this search did not reveal any relationship between Shakespeare and John Guillim, the herald, it did uncover important connections many families had with Gloucestershire and with Shakespeare, ties that often lead to the Guillims: Hathaway, Throckmorton, Catesby, Russell, Denys, Wriothesley, Greville, Lucy, Winter, Berkeley, and others.
Category: History

Prehistoric Gloucestershire

Author : Timothy Darvill
ISBN : 9781445619941
Genre : Social Science
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From the camps and caves occupied by hunter-gatherer groups visiting the area during the last Ice Age, through the long barrows and camps of the first farmers, to the massive hillforts and enclosures built by Celtic chieftains in the centuries before the Roman Conquest, this book charts the story of Gloucestershires landscape and its ...
Category: Social Science