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Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall (Volume 14 ) download ebook
Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall (Volume 14 ) download ebook

Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall (Volume 14 ) by Royal Institution of Cornwall

Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall (Volume 14 )
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Author: Royal Institution of Cornwall
Page Count: 144 pages
Published Date: 07 Feb 2012
Publisher: General Books
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
Format: Pdf
ISBN: 9781235780448
File size: 28 Mb
File Name: Journal.of.the.Royal.Institution.of.Cornwall.(Volume.14.).pdf
Download Link: Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall (Volume 14 )
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1901 Excerpt: ... 260 A CATALOGUE OF SAINTS CONNECTED WITH CORNWALL, WITH AN EPITOME OF THEIR LIVES, AND LIST OF CHURCHES AND CHAPELS DEDICATED TO THEM. By The Rev. S. BARING-GOULD, M.A. S. Helen, Bishop, Confessor. According to Leland, there was a Helena of the company of S. Breaea. He probably meant Helen or Helan, the brother of Germoc or German, who was one of her companions (tee under Germoc). In the diocese of Leon S. Helen is patron of a Church and he is supposed to have been a bishop of that see, but his name occurs in no authentic list of the bishops. Also of S. Helen in Cotes du Nord, and the adjoining parish of Lanhelin. In the Irish Martyrologies he is commemorated on October 8. In Brittany his day is popularly observed on the 19th or 26th July (Kerviler). There were several chapels in West Cornwall dedicated to S. Helen, one at S. Just in Penwith and one in Burian. One also in Landewednack, and another in Ruan Major. One also is-mentioned in B. Stafford's Register, at Ingleby, in Crantock Parish. The S. Helen, of Scilly, is a modern corruption of S. Mid, and we cannot be sure that some confusion may not have arisen respecting the others. Represented in 15th cent, stained glass at S. Helen, near Dinan, as a bishop. S. Helen, Queen, Widow. Much difficulty exists relative to this Saint, on account of her having been confounded with Helena, mother of Constantine the Great. The lntter was erroneously supposed to have been a daughter of Coel, King of the Iceni, who lived in Essex, whereas, actually, she was a native of Drepantum, in Asia Minor, and is said to have been there a stabularia or female ostler whom Constantius Chlorus took as his concubine or wife, it is not easy to say which. Helen, the British Princess, was the daughter of Eudaf (Octavius), a Welsh Prince...

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