The West Country Adventures of Saint Augustine of Canterbury
The cult of Saint Augustine of Canterbury attracted a wealth of folk beliefs, first documented by Goscelin of Saint-Bertin. One legend tells how Augustine cursed abusive pagans in Dorset to grow ta...
Footprints and Faith: Religion and the Landscape in Early Modern Britain and Ireland
- ArtStudies in Church History
The idea that divine beings, holy people and magical creatures leave behind permanent marks of their immortality on the surface of the earth is common to many cultures and spiritual systems.…