Julia Stephenson, the Glass Centre's head of arts, said Sunderland's relationship with glass stretched back to the 7th Century and the work of Benedict Biscop
and the Venerable Bede at the Wearmouth-Jarrow Monastery.
Parents are invited to an open event to meet proposers Paul Rickeard, Diocesan director of education and Paula Thompson, principal at Benedict Biscop
On page 129, the author cites the exchange of one book from Benedict Biscop
for eight hides of land from King Aldfrith.
The current wave of conversions began in the new year in Sunderland with Benedict Biscop
Church of England Academy.
These three new windows continue the long tradition of design and craftsmanship that Benedict Biscop
(628689) introduced to the North East.
Baptised at Wombourne's St Benedict Biscop
Church, she grew up in Malta after her mother, Gill, aged 51, met her father, Pieiie, 46, while on holiday.
In addition to (and often in relation to) Bede, Wormald deals with Bede's abbot Benedict Biscop
, Beowulf, the notion of an English imperium allegedly ruled by an overlord known as its Bretwalda, the tenth-century bishop AEthelwold, and the historical circumstances leading to the building and preservation of the Anglo-Saxon churches at Deerhurst and Brixworth.
St Benedict Biscop
Church at Wombourne, near Wolverhampton, will need a new burial ground within the next two years and wants to buy a former school playing field at Sytch Lane.
In this context it is of interest that the English Benedict Biscop
, the founder of Monkwearmouth-Jarrow, when on his death-bed, reminded his monks that he had himself composed the rule of his twin-foundation from the rules of seventeen religious houses of which he had had experience.
Peter, founded at Wearmouth (near Sunderland, Durham) by Abbot Benedict Biscop
, to whose care he was entrusted.
School extensions to St Paul's CE Primary in Ryhope and Benedict Biscop
Primary Academy, Moorside.
We believe the founder of Monkwearmouth-Jarrow Priory St Benedict Biscop
(c628-690) imported specialised stone masons to build Monkwearmouth church and to teach the Anglo-Saxon monks how to build Jarrow.