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Chi Rho

 

CASTOR CHURCH NOTES & PICS FOLDER – CONTENTS

 

FOLDER TITLES

 

CASTOR CHURCH DRAWINGS –   Figs A

CASTOR CHURCH EXTERNAL BUILDING PHOTOS-   Figs B

CASTOR CHURCH INTERNAL BUILDING PHOTOS-   Figs C

CASTOR CHURCH OLD PHOTOS-   Figs D

CASTOR CHURCH PICS RECTORS-  Figs E

CASTOR CHURCH PICS RECTORS DATA BASE –   Figs E

CASTOR CHURCH PEOPLE PHOTOS-   Figs F

CASTOR CHURCH ROMAN SITE-   Figs G

CASTOR CHURCH CEDAR CENTRE-   Figs H

CASTOR CHURCH MISC –   Figs J

CASTOR CHURCH STONE PICS-   Figs K

CASTOR CHURCH SERVICES – Figs L

CASTOR CHURCH BELLS – Figs M

CASTOR CHURCH STATIONS OF CROSS – Figs N

CASTOR CHURCH HASTINGS FUNERAL – Figs Q

CASTOR CHURCH TEXTS HISTORY GUIDES PLANS

CASTOR CHURCH CHI-RHO (the oldest Christian artefact found in Castor parish was a 3rd/4th cent Roman bowl inscribed with a chi-rho. The Water Newton Treasure, found nearby is also thought to originate from the Roman Palace/Praetorium in Castor Churchyard. Much of this treasure, now in British Museum, is also marked with the chi-rho.

 

TEXTS HISTORY GUIDES PLANS FOLDER – CONTENTS

CASTOR CHURCH BELLS – a description of the bells

CASTOR CHURCH CHAPTER 6 – (HISTORY). This is a history of the church extracted from the book, Five Parishes, Their People and Places published by the CAMUS Project in AD2004.

Note: The book has sold out but can be read on our linked website www.thearchive.org.uk as a low resolution pdf or copies of the book on a CD Rom can be ordered from the same website.

CASTOR CHURCH GUIDE BROCHURE – Note: this has a short history of the church and a plan with points of interest marked

CASTOR CHURCH ANGEL ROOF

CASTOR CHURCH ROMAN PAL & CHURCH DIAG – this shows the relationship of the church to the Roman Palace site

CASTOR CHURCH St k 1120, 1220, 1260, 1310 – these four drawings show sketches of how the church looked at various points in history

CASTOR CHURCH GROUND PLAN – this is a plain floor plan of the church

The Della Robbia in Lady Chapel

The Della Robbia copy in the Lady Chapel of Madonna and Child (in straw bed) is a copy of a piece by Luca della Robbia, the original being on the Church of Santa Maria in Florence. Our copy was reproduced on plaster in the workshops of the Louvre Paris, costing £750. Sold by Earth and Fire Italian Terracotta Workshop.

GROUND PLAN SOURCE BLORE 1848

CASTOR NOTES on BLORE 1848 Plan

 


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