A Once 'Proud Prelate': An Unidentified Episcopal Monument in Ely Cathedral

  title={A Once 'Proud Prelate': An Unidentified Episcopal Monument in Ely Cathedral},
  author={Jane E. Sayers},
  journal={Journal of the British Archaeological Association},
  pages={67 - 87}
  • J. Sayers
  • Published 1 October 2009
  • History
  • Journal of the British Archaeological Association
Abstract Ely cathedral is well known for its fine medieval monuments, especially for the tombs of the 13th-century bishops, Hugh of Northwold and William of Kilkenny. It also possesses a fine marble slab of 12th-century date which has been associated with Bishop Nigel; and from the 14th century, what must have been a very imposing monument indeed, that of Bishop William of Louth (de Luda). Not so prominent is what remains of another episcopal tomb of distinction. The figure has lost its head… 
1 Citations

Are wikipedia citations important evidence of the impact of scholarly articles and books?

The results show that citations from Wikipedia to articles are too rare for most research evaluation purposes, with only 5% of articles being cited in all fields, and so Wikipedia is not recommended for evaluations affecting stakeholder interests.



The Tomb of Giles de Bridport in Salisbury Cathedral

The tomb of Bishop Giles de Bridport (d. 1262) in Salisbury Cathedral illuminates a transitional period of 13th-century English sepulchral art. The carvers of the tomb experimented with newly

King's Clerks and the Community of the Realm

DURING the years of Edward III's reign that immediately precede the Hundred Years War, clerical advisers who had worked constantly at the business of diplomacy had one favorite theme on which they

Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rochester

Editors' PrefaceList of AbbreviationsRoman Rochester in its Wider ContextMARK HASSALLRochester, A.D. 400-1066NICHOLAS BROOKSThe Topography and Buildings of Medieval RochesterTIM TATTON-BROWNGundulf's

Vestments’, in A New Dictionary of Liturgy and Worship, ed

  • Liturgical Vesture. Its Origin and Development, Alcuin Club Tracts
  • 1986

See also the entry by Dorothy Owen in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

  • Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers

Winchelsey, 2 vols

  • Canterbury and York Society 51,
  • 1919

The Monastic Cathedral at Ely c. 1320-c. 1350. Art and Patronage in Medieval East Anglia

  • 1985

The Register of John Pecham, Archbishop of Canterbury 1279-92

  • Canterbury and York Society
  • 1969

An Architectural History of the Benedictine Monastery of St Etheldreda at Ely (Cambridge 1933), reproduced in Medieval Art and Architecture at Ely Cathedral

  • 1979