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Image taken from page 96 of ‘The Thames from its Source to the Sea … Illustrated with … engravings … and … etchings, etc’

Image taken from page 96 of ‘The Thames from its Source to the Sea … Illustrated with … engravings … and … etchings, etc’
List of churches
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Title: "The Thames from its Source to the Sea … Illustrated with … engravings … and … etchings, etc"
Author: ARMSTRONG, Walter – Sir
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10348.k.14."
Volume: 01
Page: 96
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1886
Publisher: J. S. Virtue & Co.
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 000116825

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Image taken from page 37 of ‘A guide to St. Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol, with a list of Vicars, Chaplains, &c., also biographical sketches of Canynges, Chatterton, etc’

Image taken from page 37 of ‘A guide to St. Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol, with a list of Vicars, Chaplains, &c., also biographical sketches of Canynges, Chatterton, etc’
List of churches
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Title: "A guide to St. Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol, with a list of Vicars, Chaplains, &c., also biographical sketches of Canynges, Chatterton, etc"
Contributor: CANYNGES, William.
Author: Churches and Institutions (MARY, the Blessed Virgin)
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10368.c.6.", "British Library HMNTS 10352.f.32."
Page: 37
Place of Publishing: Bristol
Date of Publishing: 1850
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 002408876

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Image taken from page 56 of ‘A guide to St. Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol, with a list of Vicars, Chaplains, &c., also biographical sketches of Canynges, Chatterton, etc’

Image taken from page 56 of ‘A guide to St. Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol, with a list of Vicars, Chaplains, &c., also biographical sketches of Canynges, Chatterton, etc’
List of churches
Image by The British Library
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Title: "A guide to St. Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol, with a list of Vicars, Chaplains, &c., also biographical sketches of Canynges, Chatterton, etc"
Contributor: CANYNGES, William.
Author: Churches and Institutions (MARY, the Blessed Virgin)
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10368.c.6.", "British Library HMNTS 10352.f.32."
Page: 56
Place of Publishing: Bristol
Date of Publishing: 1850
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 002408876

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First Christian Church: exterior view of the facade of the sanctuary building, bell tower, and “Large Arch” sculpture by Henry Moore from the northeast

First Christian Church: exterior view of the facade of the sanctuary building, bell tower, and “Large Arch” sculpture by Henry Moore from the northeast
Church names
Image by Penn State Libraries Pictures Collection
Title : First Christian Church
Creator : Saarinen, Eliel; Saarinen, Eero
Creator role : Architect
Date : 1941
Current location : Columbus, Indiana, United States
Description of work : "First Christian Church (1941), originally named Tabernacle Church of Christ, is one of the first Modern religious buildings in America and the first Modern building to be constructed in Columbus. Nationally recognized at the time of its construction, it had an impact on church design in the post-World War II era. First Christian Church was one of two churches designed by the firm of Saarinen and Saarinen, consisting of Eliel Saarinen and his son Eero. Saarinen answered questions about the suitability of a Modern design for a religious building by saying: ‘Our forefathers and we ourselves have been using the dead styles of alien cultures. We have combined them in thousands of different ways until the last drop of expressiveness has been squeezed out.’ Many believe that First Christian Church is a synthesis of the father’s and sons work, and of their independent approaches: Eliel’s focus on materials, craft, and relationship of the building to the user; and Eero’s Modern aesthetic. In 1941, Time Magazine described the building as, ‘the costliest modern church in the world, planned by Europe’s most famous modern architect and his son.’ Newsweek, in 1942, noted, ‘In style, the new Tabernacle is utterly unlike the seventeen other churches in Columbus or, for that matter, in almost any other city in the world.’" (Source: "National Historic Landmarks Program: First Christian Church", tps.cr.nps.gov/nhl/detail.cfm?ResourceId=1695315809&R…, Accessed June 8, 2009) For an exhaustive description of the building, including pertinent history, the architect’s biography, and bibliography of evaluative articles, please refer to the National Historic Landmark nomination form submitted for the building available at www.nps.gov/history/nhl/designations/samples/in/1stchris.pdf
Description of view : Middle distant view across the Cleo Rogers Memorial Library plaza showing the sanctuary building and the 166-foot high bell tower. The sculpture pictured in the foreground, reminiscent of the large standing stones at Stonehenge, is a work entitled "Large Arch" by the English artist Henry Moore.
Work type : Architecture and Landscape
Style of work : Modern
Culture : American
Materials/Techniques : Wood
Stone
Source : Pisciotta, Henry
Date photographed : April 2009
Resource type : Image
File format : JPEG
Image size : 2304H X 3072W pixels
Permitted uses : This image is posted publicly for non-profit educational uses, excluding printed publication. Other uses are not permitted. For additional details see: alias.libraries.psu.edu/vius/copyright/publicrightsarch.htm
Collection : Worldwide Building and Landscape Pictures
Filename : WB2009-0106 ColumbusIndiana.JPG
Record ID : WB2009-0106
Sub collection : religious buildings: churches
Copyright holder : Copyright Henry Pisciotta

Henry VIII, break away from the church in Rome.?

Question by somaspongecake: Henry VIII, break away from the church in Rome.?
Why did he break away from the church in Rome?

Please list 7-10 reasons of why he did.

Thank you
BTW,

this isnt my homework!
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Best answer:

Answer by Aly
You should do your own homework.

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What is a good pop song from 80’s to now for a trio of girls to sing for a concert?

Question by ♥CHOCOHOLIC♥: What is a good pop song from 80’s to now for a trio of girls to sing for a concert?
Me and my 2 besties want to sing a pop song (maybe destiny’s child-esque) from the 80’s to now for our concert in February. It has to be pretty appropriate because we’re a Catholic school but not church music obviuously lol. We’re all pretty talented so any suggestion is great!

Best answer:

Answer by Tommy R
How bout “Hamma Time”! And everyone can wear gold joggers

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