Resources: Celebrating the Heritage

CELEBRATING THE HERITAGE

Bridlington Priory in its Historical Context, 1113 – 2013

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Proceedings of the Celebrating the Heritage conference, a key aspect of the Priory 900 programme, is now widely available as a printed publication. The text from each conference paper has also been presented here as an online resource.

Please see below for further details.


Publication

The ‘Celebrating the Heritage’ booklet is available from Bridlington Priory.

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Conference Papers

PLEASE NOTE: This section is currently incomplete. More material from the Priory 900 ‘Celebrating the Heritage’ conference will be added soon.

© The copyright of each paper from the Priory 900 Celebrating the Heritage Conference belongs to its respective author. Published by Bridlington Priory, Bridlington.

The following texts were contributed by noted scholars, as well as local writers, and were presented at a conference in September 2013 as a key aspect of the Priory 900 programme. The aim of the conference (‘Celebrating the Heritage’) was to explore and celebrate the illustrious history of this 12th century Augustinian foundation, especially in its medieval heyday, and to enable enthusiasts and experts to share in this celebration of a valuable and possibly under-recognised resource.

We hope that the following information, and its associated publication which is now widely available, will enable a wider audience to enjoy and appreciate this heritage.

Conference
THE PRIORY IN ITS HISTORICAL CONTEXT
  • The Context of the Foundation
  • Henry Mayr-Harting
  • Bridlington Priory in Late Medieval England and the Cult of John Thweng
  • Rob Lutton
    ST JOHN OF BRIDLINGTON AND HIS CULT
  • An Introduction to the Life of St John of Bridlington
  • John Wardle
  • The Mass and Offices of St John of Bridlington
  • Philip Weller
    AUGUSTINIAN LIFE AND LITURGY
  • Augustinian Daily Life: The Barnwell Customary and the Bridlington Dialogues
  • David Weston
  • The Bridlington Breviary
  • Anna Parsons Howard
    THE LATER HISTORY OF THE PRIORY
  • The Dissolution of Bridlington Priory and its Legacy
  • Robin Sharpe