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Hardulph

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(date unknown). Titular saint of the church of Breedon (Leics.) whose feast was also kept by the Augustinians of Nostell. He may, perhaps, be identified with the hermit of ...

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Hardulph   Quick reference

The Oxford Dictionary of Saints (5 ed.)

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Current Version:
2011
Subject:
Religion
Length:
46 words

... (date unknown). Titular saint of the church of Breedon (Leics.) whose feast was also kept by the Augustinians of Nostell. He may, perhaps, be identified with the hermit of Breedon who appears in the Life of Modwenna . Feast: 6 August (?) . Stanton, p....

Hardulph

Hardulph  

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(date unknown).Titular saint of the church of Breedon (Leics.) whose feast was also kept by the Augustinians of Nostell. He may, perhaps, be identified with the hermit of Breedon who appears in the ...
Royley [Roiles; Royle alias Cartwright], Richard

Royley [Roiles; Royle alias Cartwright], Richard (dbefore 29 Sept 1589)   Reference library

The Grove Encyclopedia of Northern Renaissance Art

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Current Version:
2009
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Art & Architecture
Length:
360 words

...sculptor of alabaster tombs and engraver of incised slabs at Burton on Trent, Staffs. His work represents both the continuation of a medieval tradition and its artistic decline. His name first appears in 1571 as ‘Roiles’, the maker of Francis Shirley 's tomb at SS Mary and Hardulph's, Breedon on the Hill, Leics, but the workshop can be traced back stylistically to the 1530s. Royley was working in Burton on Trent in 1550 ; his work exhibits a decline in standards of carving from the late 1550s. By the early 1580s Royley had been joined by his son Gabriel...

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