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THE BUILDING OF BRIXWORTH CHURCH 5.00
By D. S. Sutherland BSc PhD FGS
Who served the altar at Brixworth?
Clergy in English Minsters c. 800-c. 1100
28th Brixworth Lecture, 2010 by Julia Barrow 4.50
Architecture, Liturgy and Romanitas at All Saints' Church, Brixworth
27th Brixworth Lecture 2009 by Richard Gem 5.00
The Priest, The Temple and The Moon in the Eigth Century
By Ian Wood
25th Brixworth Lecture 2007 4.00
All Saints' Church Brixworth: How the Church took its Shape:
By Harold M Taylor 1.25
An account of the remarkable events by which the chancel of Brixworth
Church was transformed in the mid 1800s largely by the personal efforts of the
Revd. CF Watkins, into its present condition.
The mystery of the Brixworth Relic:
By David Parsons 1.00
A booklet written in 1981 based on the author's article 'Brixworth and the
Boniface Connction' in 'Northampton Past and Present'
The Church and the Law in Early Anglo-Saxon England: *
By HR Lyon 1.50
The text of a highly specialised lecture given by the author in 1992 on law
giving and social stability in the Anglo-Saxon period and how much applies
places such as Brixworth.
Two Anglo-Saxon Rituals: *
By DW Rollason 1.25
An insite to two of the rituals, festivals and services of the Church in
The Meaning of the Mercian Sculpture: *
By Richard N Bailey 1.25
The illustrated text of a lecture given by the author in 1988 in which he looks
at some of the challenges of studying the sculpture from the central England
kingdom of Mercia and the valuable information that can be dicovered from
such important archaeological work.
The Councils of Clofesho: *
By Simon Keynes 2.50
An investigative publication looking into the possible location and of
activities in the Anglo-Saxon Clofesho.
The Early Christian Church in Leicester and its Regions:
By Richard Bailey 1.50
The text of a lecture given to commemorate the 1300th anniversary of the
appointment of the fisrt Bishop of Leicester. The author paints a vivid picture
of a vital missionary work and pastoral concerns in and around Leicester during
the seventh century.
Anglo-Saxon Missionaries in Germany: *
By Rosamond Mckitterick 2.50
One of several publications looking into the carrear of the Anglo-Saxon missionary
St. Boniface. This one investigates the connection between him and other holy men
from Britain who journeyed to Germany in the seventh and eighth century.
St Boniface - Clofesho - Brixworth:
By David Parsons 1.00
A short paper exploring the possible association of the 7th century missionary
St Boniface with Clofesho and Brixworth.
A Dated Timber Fragment from Brixworth Church
Northamptonshire: By David Parsons 1.00
A reprint from the journal of the British Archaeological Society Researsh Group's
excavations in 1977.
Excavations at Brixworth 1981-2:
By Michel Audouy et al
and the Petrological Survey of All Saints' Church:
by Diana Sutherland & David Parsons 1985 4.00
Two interim reports of the excavation work undertaken at All Saints' Church
during 1980 by the Brixworth Archaeological Group.
Burnt Stones in a Saxon Church:
By Diana Sutherland 2.00
A reprint taken from 'Stone: quarrying and building in England A.D.
43-1525' Published in 1990.
Opening the Franks Casket: *
By Michael Swanton 3.00
The story of an 8th century casket discovered near Clermont - Ferrand in the
Auergne in the early 1800s.
OnBells and Belltowers: Origins and Evolution in Italy and
By Neil Christie 3.00
A transcript of the 16th Brixworth Lecture, 1998.
Sculpture on theMercian Fringe: TheAnglo-Saxon crosses at Sandbach,
By Jane Hawkes 3.50
A transcript of the 17th Brixworth Lecture, 1999.
Lost Chantries & Chapels of Medieval Northamptonshire *
By David Parsons 3.50
A transcript of the 18th Brixworth Lecture, 2000.
Church, State & Access to Resources in Early Anglo-Saxon England *
By Nicholas Brooks 3.00
A transcript of the 20th Brixworth Lecture, 2002.
Corruption, Decline and the Real World of the early English Church:
Aristocrats & Abbotts
By Patrick Wormald 3.00
A transcript of the Brixworth Lecture, 2003
Gluttons For Punishment? The drunk and disorderly in Anglo-Saxon homilies
By Elaine Treharne 3.00
A transcript of the 24th Brixworth Lecture, 2006
* The printed version of one of Brixworth's Annual All Saints'-tide Lectures.
By Dr. Diane Sutherland 6.95
A book reflecting Northamptonshire's wealth of historic buildings built of stone.
As well as including a generous selection of maps, diagrams and photographs of
buildings, the author has provided close-ups of the various stones, often greatly
magnified to show the subtle differences between them.