4 edition of The bell of Nendrum found in the catalog.
A fifteen-year-old, twentieth-century boy sailing alone in Northern Ireland is suddenly transported back in time to a tenth-century monastery threatened by a Viking raid.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A566 Be 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|ISBN 10||0856403415, 0856403539|
|LC Control Number||85021419|
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Nendrum Monastery was a Christian monastery on Mahee Island in Strangford Lough, County Down, Northern Ireland. Medieval records say it was founded in the 5th century, but this is uncertain. The monastery came to an end at some time between and , but its church served a parish until the site was abandoned in the 15th century. Some remains of the monastery can still be seen. The island. The Nine Tailors by Dorothy L Sayers. In sleepy Fenland St Paul, the death of a villager is marked by nine rings of the great bell, Tailor Paul, in the tower of the church.
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Get this from a library. The bell of Nendrum. [Jim Andrews] -- A fifteen-year-old, twentieth-century boy sailing alone in Northern Ireland is suddenly transported back in time to a tenth-century monastery threatened by a Viking raid. The Nendrum Monastic site is situated on Mahee Island, in Strangford Lough, apx.
four miles south of Comber, see the NI Environment Agency Nendrum web page for more details. A curious connection is a novel written with the same name – The Bell of Nendrum – “Nial Ross, a fifteen-year-old, twentieth-century boy sailing alone in Northern Ireland is suddenly transported back in time to a tenth-century monastery threatened by a Viking raid”.
The Nendrum Monastic site is situated on Mahee Island, in Strangford Lough, apx. four miles south of Comber, see the NI Environment Agency Nendrum web page for more details.
Directions: From. Nendrum Monastery, on Mahee Island, Co Down, founded by St Machaoi in the 5th Century, was destroyed by fire in the 10th Century. In the 12th century a Benedictine monastic cell was founded, only to be abandoned in the 15th century for a mainland site.
Literary significance and reception. The Bell, Iris Murdoch's fourth novel, was published in by Chatto & Windus in Great Britain and Viking Press in the United States.: 9,12 It was an immediate popular and commercial success, w copies of the British edition printed within ten weeks of its publication.: The novel was widely and positively reviewed.
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It was connected with legendary Northkeep, an island kingdom that was the first human citadel on the Moonsea. Northkeep was a great and magical city, and it was while under the protection of those magics that humanity began to press back the orc hordes and take command of the sea.
Nendrum was an early Christian monastery on Mahee Island in Strangford Lough, the most important single find from the excavations is the bronze-coated iron bell discovered near the outer enclosure wall. Such an item would have had the practical use of calling the faithful to prayer, but was also a potent symbol of the Abbot's power and.
The Bell Jar recounts, in slightly fictionalized form, the events of the summer and autumn after Plath’s junior year. Like Esther, the protagonist of The Bell Jar, Plath was invited to serve as guest editor for a woman’s magazine in New York.
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When an ancient bell is discovered at the bottom of a lake near a nunnery, it creates all kinds of problems for people in the area. The Bells are the tools of a necromancer or an Abhorsen. They use the power of the first Seven bright shiners.
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Ranna is the Sleeper, the. With J. Andrews the Vikings reappear as marauding thugs (The Bell of Nendrum, Bod- ley Head 18s). A twentieth century boy sails the Irish islands and, by some freak of time; is swept back to a tenth century monastery shortly to be gutted by the Northmen.
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The Bell family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Bell families were found in the USA in In there were Bell families living in Ohio. This was about 13% of all the recorded Bell's in the USA. Ohio had the highest population of Bell .William Reeves (16 March – 12 January ) was an Irish antiquarian and the Church of Ireland Bishop of Down, Connor and Dromore from until his death.
He was the last private keeper of the Book of Armagh and at the time of his death was President of the Royal Irish Academy.Fig 3. Nendrum monastery, surrounded by three concentric enclosures with the churches at the centre. Books directly associated with saints (as the Book of Kells had become by the eleventh century), might be displayed on an altar, or kept in a special, separate building.
and so by the tenth century we see the construction of tall bell.