- Canterbury Cathedral: History, description, photos and visitor information for Canterbury Cathedral in Canterbury, Kent, England. — “Canterbury Cathedral - Canterbury, England”, sacred-
- Deutsch: Canterbury ist eine Stadt in der Grafschaft Kent im Südosten English: Canterbury is a town in the county of Kent in the southeast of England. — “Canterbury - Wikimedia Commons”,
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- Canterbury A borough of southeast England on the Stour River east-southeast of London. Canterbury Cathedral (11th-16th century) is the seat of the. — “Canterbury: City: City Guide, weather and facts galore from”,
- The first Archbishop was St. Augustine of Canterbury, who baptized King Ethelbert of Kent in 597 C.E. and consecrated his church in Canterbury to Christ sometime around 602 C.E. Christ's church was built upon the foundations of an earlier church. — “Canterbury Cathedral- A Virtual Tour”, .gcsu.edu
- Translations of Canterbury. Canterbury synonyms, Canterbury antonyms. Information about Canterbury in the free online English dictionary and Canterbury Cathedral (11th-16th century) is the seat of the archbishop and primate of the Anglican Communion. — “Canterbury - definition of Canterbury by the Free Online”,
- Welcome to the website of Canterbury Cathedral, Mother Church of the Anglican Communion and seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Robert Willis, Dean of Canterbury. Daily Prayer For Saturday. We pray for God's blessing on our world, our families, our friends and ourselves, and for the nations and. — “Canterbury Cathedral”, canterbury-
- Independent day school for students in early childhood through grade 12. Hannah is what is known as a Canterbury lifer, she's been a student since age 2. Christina began her adventure here the middle of her freshman year. — “Canterbury School”,
- Open source travel guide to Canterbury, featuring up-to-date information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips and more. Free and reliable advice written by Wikitravellers from around the globe. — “Canterbury travel guide - Wikitravel”,
- Welcome to Canterbury tourism -The official tourist information website for the district of Canterbury, in Kent, covering the beautiful Herne Bay and Whitstable coastal resorts. Canterbury, steeped in history and heritage is the perfect UK. — “Canterbury, Herne Bay & Whitstable”,
- Encyclopedia article about Canterbury. Information about Canterbury in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. canterbury cathedral. — “Canterbury definition of Canterbury in the Free Online”, encyclopedia2
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- The Ancient Diocese of Canterbury was the Mother-Church and Primatial See of All England, from 597 till the death of the last Catholic Archbishop, Cardinal Pole, in 1558. — “CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Canterbury”,
- Google maps Canterbury gazetteer. Complete list of google satellite map locations in Canterbury, New Zealand. — “Canterbury Region Map: Addington — Yaldhurst | New Zealand”,
- Canterbury ( pronunciation ; IPA: /ˈkæntəbɹ̩i/) is a city in eastern Kent in the South East region of England. It lies on the River Stour, and along with the towns of Whitstable and Herne Bay is in the local government district of the City of Canterbury. — “Canterbury”, schools-
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- Thomas Becket's murder at Canterbury Cathedral in 1170 led to the cathedral becoming a place of pilgrimage for Christians worldwide. This pilgrimage provided the theme for Geoffery Chaucer's 14th-century literary classic The Canterbury Tales. — “Canterbury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
- The name Canterbury derives from the Old English Cantwarebyrig, meaning "fortress of the men of Kent" Canterbury (now Durovernum) became a Roman administrative centre: it lay at the junction of three roads from their ports of. — “Canterbury, England - Definition”,
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- The Canterbury Tour 1920 Part 2 Shot from the back of a truck, this film takes the viewer from one end of 1920 Canterbury to the other, through, in this extract, some pretty heavy traffic as cars, pedestrians, bikes, horses and the omnibus all head down the medieval streets at the same time. Pity the poor policeman standing in the middle trying to direct it! Watch more footage from our Film Archive or get creative in our Editor's Room at
- The Canterbury Scene: An Interview with Robert Wyatt - BBC South Although for many years Robert Wyatt denied the existence of The Canterbury Scene he is certainly inextricably linked to Kents own special sound and the bands that developed it into something lasting. Moving with his parents to Lydden near Dover, before he was a ***ager, Wyatt was exposed to all sorts of musical influences from the lodgers who rented rooms in the 14 room house. It was here he met jazz drummer George Neidorf and Australian hippie Daevid Allen. Robert Wyatt talks about the early day's of his musical education. More about this interview:
- The Canterbury Tales ("California Dreamin" by the Mamas and the Papas) Music video made by history teachers - crazy history teachers.
- A Safer, More Secure Canterbury.mpg Recovering from the 4 September Darfield earthquake in Canterbury. Introduction from the Minister for Earthquake Recovery Hon. Gerry Brownlee, and explanation of impact and remedial approaches by Nick Rogers of Tonkin & Taylor Ltd.
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- This Is Canterbury. Episode 18 This Is Canterbury. Episode 18, Season 3 2009 begins! We shot a video with our mate Dex () for the 'Eleven, Twelve' single, supported Tellison at Kings College and then went on a, half awesome half typical Canterbury not so awesome turnout, tour rotating headline slots with This City and The Hot Melts and the epic Sons of Albion opening up. Some awesome times were had and we loved Aldershot on our day off. Norm was a saint and drove us for dirt cheap as we still have the issue of owning no transport big enough for us and our stuff, Nick was amazing as always. thanks to: Norm, Dex, Tellison, Jayne and Lisa, McLovin, Aldershot, This City, Sons of Albion and The Hot Melts. the soundtrack to this episode: -'Friends? We're More Like A Gang' by Canterbury -'Misconstructed Beats' by A Stranger In Moscow -'We Move' by This City -'Eleven, Twelve' by Canterbury
- Canterbury - Calm Down (OFFICIAL) The official music video for Canterbury's new single Calm Down available 25.10.2010. Directed and edited by Scott Peters, a massive thank you to director of photography Dexter Mowatt () and Harry Austin for all their help.
- Auckland v Canterbury Air New Zealand Cup round two highlights A highlights package of Auckland's round two clash against Canterbury at Eden Park on Saturday, August 8. Dan Carter scored all of his team's points as Canterbury defeated Auckland 16-22.
- Britain's Best Breaks ~ Canterbury & Costal Kent The beautiful and inviting city of Canterbury has it's own illuminated chapter in Britain's history. Here you'll discover Chaucer and the Canterbury Tales, visit the ancient Cathedral, the centre of the Anglican faith, where 'that troublesome priest' Thomas Becket was murdered. A great base from which to strike out into a most fascinating and picturesque county, Canterbury is but one enticing aspect of Kent. This is the garden of England, a place of castles, vineyards, acres of hops for great English beers, and a coastline studded with invigorating towns and resorts. 21st Century Kent is also the new gateway to Europe, where trains speed through the Eurotunnel and ferries cut their wake across the English Channel to nearby France. Once visited, Canterbury and coastal Kent are never forgotten.
- This Is Canterbury. Episode 14 This Is Canterbury. Episode 14, Good To Go We were main support to We Are The Ocean on The Good To Go Tour (sponsored by Atticus Clothing and Big Cheese Magazine) along with All Forgotten. Two of the bests weeks of our career as a band yet! We went to Peterborough Met Lounge, Birmingham Academy 2, York The Duchess, Newcastle Academy 2, Glasgow Barfly, Aberdeen Cafe Drummonds, Liverpool Academy 2, Sheffield Academy 2, Yeovil The Orange Box, Oxford Academy 2, Cardiff Barfly, Bristol Academy 2, London Islington Academy and Southampton Joiners. thanks to: All Forgotten, We Are The Ocean, Academy Events and anyone who watched us, bought a t-shirt, a viynal or asked for a picture/signature!? the soundtrack to this episode: -'Welcome To My Broken Home' by We Are The Ocean -'Nothing Good Has Happened Yet' by We Are The Ocean -'I'm Not Bitter (This Shows I Care)' by All Forgotten -'Eleven, Twelve' by Canterbury -'Sparks Will Fly' rough instrumental by Canterbury -'Save Me! Said The Saviour' by We Are The Ocean
- Geoffrey Chaucer - The Canterbury Tales - General Prologue Geoffrey Chaucer - The Canterbury Tales - The General Prologue - Introduction - Read in Middle English by Lynn Redgrave - Here is another recitation of the same lines: The Canterbury Tales The General Prologue - Introduction by Geoffrey Chaucer (c.1340-1400) Whan that Aprille with his shoures soote, The droghte of March hath perced to the roote, And bathed every veyne in swich licóur Of which vertú engendred is the flour; Whan Zephirus eek with his swete breeth Inspired hath in every holt and heeth The tendre croppes, and the yonge sonne Hath in the Ram his halfe cours y-ronne, And smale foweles maken melodye, That slepen al the nyght with open ye, So priketh hem Natúre in hir corages, Thanne longen folk to goon on pilgrimages, And palmeres for to seken straunge strondes, To ferne halwes, kowthe in sondry londes; And specially, from every shires ende Of Engelond, to Caunterbury they wende, The hooly blisful martir for to seke, That hem hath holpen whan that they were seeke. Bifil that in that seson on a day, In Southwerk at the Tabard as I lay, Redy to wenden on my pilgrymage To Caunterbury with ful devout corage, At nyght were come into that hostelrye Wel nyne and twenty in a compaignye Of sondry folk, by áventure y-falle In felaweshipe, and pilgrimes were they alle, That toward Caunterbury wolden ryde. The chambres and the stables weren wyde, And wel we weren esed atte beste. And shortly, whan the sonne was to reste, So hadde I spoken with hem everychon ...
- 2004 Semi Final W3 - Canterbury v Penrith Hazem El Masri three tries all created by Brent Sherwin as the Bulldogs make the 2004 Grand Final defeating defending premiers Penrith 30-14. Tries also scored by Braith Anasta and Reni Maitua from the Bulldogs. Rhys Wesser and Preston Campbell scored for the Panthers. Corey Hughes kicks a 40-20. Anasta bluffs a try following a Luke Priddis try-saver. Interviews with Sonny Bill Williams and Anasta post game.
- Canterbury Earthquake: Christchurch Mayor, Bob Parker, with the latest updates 1/2 Christchurch Mayor, Bob Parker, joins Megan Banks on the CTV AfterShock special to discuss where we are currently at in the aftermath of Canterbury's devastating earthquake. Parker discusses his initial reaction to the earthquake and the work that the council and emergency services have been undertaking. Find out here the latest information on safety, drinking water, blankets and supplies, welfare centres and what to do about unstable chimneys or buildings. Should you have any questions or require assistance please call the Council Customer Service Line on (03) 941 8999. If it is an emergency dial 111. Aftershock: The Canterbury Earthquake CTV, Your Home Channel www.ctv.co.nz Please comment or rate this video. You can also subscribe to our channel: CTVinNZ!
- The Canterbury Scene: An Interview with Steve Hillage & Daevid Allen - BBC South One of the Canterbury Scene's main men, Daevid Allen talks about how his travels brought him to Canterbury and being part of the Scene. Australian born Daevid Allen is one of the Canterbury Scene's leading men. He came to England in the very early sixties, arriving in Canterbury via London. He's best known as the leader of the Canterbury band Gong. In this interview he talks about how his travels brought him to Canterbury and whether or not he thinks there was ever a 'Canterbury Scene'. Guitarist and singer Steve Hillage came to Canterbury in 1969 to attend university. Within weeks he'd found his way into the Canterbury Scene. Steve was studying History and Philosophy but spent a good deal of time jamming with other musicians active on the scene in those years. He was particularly friendly with the members of Caravan, and through them he was able to get a record deal. Steve Hillage talks about his early days in Canterbury. More about these interviews:
- Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs 2009 & 2010 NRL [HD-720p] Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs 2009 & 2010 NRL [HD-720p] Biggest and best hits and trys from the bulldogs from 2009 and 2010 but mostly 2010 just some 2009 :)
- CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL The Setting for A CANTERBURY CRIME the new Belinda Lawrence mystery novel from BeWrite Books. The ancient Cathedral that witnessed the murder of St Thomas Beckett dominates the city. Video by author Brian Kavanagh.
- Melbourne Rebels vs Canterbury Crusaders Highlights from AAMI PARK, Melbourne The Rebels take their measure against the might of the Crusaders in their final trial before the start of the 2011 Super 15 campaign. The Rebels looked competitive up front surprising the lads from Canterbury at the scrum at times sending them backwards. In tight quarters, the Rebels were up to the physical exchanges but the line out was unreliable with throws intecepted on numerous occassions. Moving the ball out wide, the Rebels backline looked at times cohesive but lasped in moments allowing easy opportunities to slip and Canterbury strike weapon Robbie Fruean to cut through on numerous occasions. Outstanding ball carries from Gareth Delve and Rodney Blake allowed some forward momentum along with Cooper Vuna contributing well to the Rebel cause. Peter Betham was put through a gap created by Richard Kingi in a well executed lineout move but was stopped 3 metres short of scoring a try the aftermath of which saw Canterbury rescue possession and clear out of their red zone. Danny Cipriani and James Hilgindorf shared 1st Pivot duties well, the latter scoring a cheeky chip and chase try after a Cooper Vuna crash ball gave the Melbourne lads momentum. Cipriani threw a last gasp floater which travelled off target as JP du Plesis was left begging the chance to seal the victory in the dying minutes of the trial match which would have made a clean sweep of the opening games for this historic Melbourne Rebels outfit. Best Backs - Cooper Vuna / Peter Betham Best Forwards - Gareth ...
- HMNZS CANTERBURY A nice collection of images of L-421 opeperating locally and abroad. For the men and women serving aboard HMNZS CANTERBURY
- Top Gear 2 Music: Track 3, "Canterbury Plains" Australasia A Top Gear 2 track song (SNES, USA). - Heard 1st on race 3, Canterbury Plains Australasia, and various races throughout the game. - Note: Be aware, the title only represents where the music originated during game-play & is not the actual name for it. - The best audio quality around: This is a high quality file so if you have a good network with a nice connection speed, it should be running on HQ already. If not, there's a link @ the beginning of the video to force a higher quality output. Thanks for listening and enjoy these classics!
- Canterbury - Set You Right (OFFICIAL) Canterbury's Set You Right music video. ------------------------------ Lyrics: Hey hey hey, there's something going on tonight. We've got our dancers and our drumsticks on both left and right. 'Cos there's new blood in town, fresh meat. We're all salt and pepper now, we're all salt and pepper now. Don't be scared, we think you'll settle in just fine. Yeah we all know that you will settle in just fine. Hey hey hey we'll take you in and set you right, No-one is looking for you anymore 'cos that was us. Full time eyewitnesses, we don't sleep Oh you're fine safe from danger now, you're fine safe from danger now. Don't be scared, we think you'll settle in just fine. Yeah we all know that you will settle in just fine. Now there's one more of us, now we can do this all night long. Now there's a team of us now we can do this all night long. ------------------------------ This is sort of our first release. It's available on very limited vinyl, which we've decorated ourselves, at shows only. This video was filmed in Scotts parents garage (our old practice room) back in March 2008, on a budget of £70. In the video is a handful of local fans as well as members of Kill The Arcade and Jaimison as we had just finished our first tour with them the day before. It was filmed with the help of Jabez Productions, a local company from Farnham, and edited by Scott. ------------------------------ You can download the mp3 of the song for free by following this link: watch the ...
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- Chandler Canterbury - Criminal Minds: "In Name And Blood" Clips Chandler Canterbury's appearance in "Criminal Minds". Episode: 3x02 - In Name And Blood Character: David Smith Original Air Date: October 3, 2007
- Canterbury Cathedral Pilgrims and visitors have made their way to Canterbury Cathedral since the Middle Ages. The Cathedral's history goes back to 597AD when St Augustine, established his seat - or Cathedra - in Canterbury. In 1170 Archbishop Thomas Becket was murdered in the Cathedral and ever since, the Cathedral of Canterbury has attracted thousands of pilgrims. Visit for more information on History
- The Canterbury Crusaders This is a clip I made of the greatest Super Rugby Franchise of all time. Also if u like this join up 2 my fanpage Crusaders07 enjoy and GO THE CRUSADERS!!!!!! Make Sure you come and show your support here http have your say read the weekly blog I wil be posting also you can win heaps of free stuff. www.vodafonerugbytribe.co.nz www.vodafonerugbytribe.co.nz www.vodafonerugbytribe.co.nz www.vodafonerugbytribe.co.nz www.vodafonerugbytribe.co.nz
- Canterbury - Eleven, Twelve (OFFICIAL) Canterbury's music video for Eleven, Twelve. This is our first proper release. It'll be available on iTunes and limited cd and vinyl with Friends? We're More Like A Gang as a double AA side as of October 2009. This video was filmed at Backline Studios in Guildford where we practice and on the day of a show supporting Tellison at Kings College in London. Norm drove us that day, and the van actually belonged to We Are The Ocean at the time but they were letting us borrow it. It was filmed by our good mate Dex () for free and edited by Scott, the movement of the lights is thanks to Nick and his sick hand work! You can download the mp3 of Friends? We're More Like A Gang (the other track to be released with this song) for free by following this link:
- England - Canterbury The city of Canterbury, or as the Romans called it -- Durovernum Cantiacorum, lies in Kent in the southeast region of England. Pope Gregory the Great sent Augustine to the area in 597 AD to convert the heathen English, and after asking permission of King Athelbert of Kent, Augustine built his priory on the present cathedral grounds. Thomas Becket, archbishop of Canterbury, was murdered in the building in 1170. The cathedral has grown massive over the years and is now the oldest church in England that's still in use. The city is charming, with great shopping and tremendous history and heritage, and it's a lot more fun than it was when Geoffrey Chaucer wrote "The Canterbury Tales" in 1387.
- Diamond Head- Canterbury "Canterbury" is the ninth trach from the album "Canterbury" of the famous NWOBHM band Diamond Head. Lyrics: Blessed stand I, he has in fear Yield to despair, Four swords drawn, sworn to Kings, A will that they share, Oh to die for martyrdom, Wash the wind martyrdom, with blood, In Canterbury, oh, oh, in Canterbury. She's settled as evil, As a plague to destroy old Canterbury, Bear witness to malady, For here the chords that will make history, Oh mystery. They say 'strike him down!' 'strike him down!' His 'strife stirred France' repaid by those Who'll raise their hearts To spite the people of Canterbury. Ethereal Cathedral, Your voice, the voice of Canterbury, Resist your temptations And look to the wind, for conspiracies, ooh Infamy! They say 'strike him down!' 'strike him down!' Let stone and oak decay the crown. Who'll raise their hearts To spite the people of Canterbury. When her dead breath has numbered the land, And Barons will rule as they planned. Oh Cathedral you've died! Oh Cathedral you lied! The sins of our Fathers, You are here with me, Can we forgive you? For the fall of Canterbury. My upload does not try to interfere any coryrights of this music and it has only entertaining purposes. All pictures and music copyrights belong to its respectfull owners.
- HAND DRILL FIRE WITH DAVE CANTERBURY Dave Canterbury of Wilderness Outfitters Archery and the Pathfinder School demonstrating the Hand Drill method of fire starting at the Pathfinder Gathering 2009. Dave was using a Willow Drill on a Tulip Board.
- The Canterbury Tales Prologue in Middle English A reading of the Canterbury Tales Prologue in Middle English accompanied by the text so that one might learn it.
- Dual Survival - Meet Dave Canterbury | Promo Survival meets the odd couple in a brand NEW series, "Dual Survival," premieres Friday, June 11 at 10PM e/p, only on Discovery! For more Dual Survival adventures, check out:
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- Sonny Bill Williams - Best bits for Canterbury in 2010 Visit to keep great vids like this coming!
- A message from the Archbishop of Canterbury on the Anglican Communion Covenant As the final version of the Anglican Communion Covenant is sent to the member Churches of the Anglican Communion, the Archbishop of Canterbury has given the following message explaining the purpose of the Covenant and the processes surrounding its adoption. The full text of the Anglican Communion Covenant can be found at
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- Canterbury - Gloria (OFFICIAL) The official music video for Canterbury's new single Gloria. Available for free download from on the 5th of April 2010. Download their debut for free from there now. A huge thank you to Ian Oakley and the Jabez team for the use of their equipment in the making of this video! To Barney, Jules and the West End Centre team for the use of their facilities! And as always to Nick Prebble for being their to help do the job! O yeah, and Steve Parker for being bored enough to come hang out and then end up helping with play back! LYRICS You've got this thing in your mind and it's all for the best. I've got this thing in mine and it starts from the chest beating, force feeding lines meaning I'm out of time. Time was a thing that we thought was a thing that we had. I'm getting waist high, I'm half full, starting to flood. I don't want this thing to overflow. If you believe what's said in secret, say yes to me when I ask you now. Do you want to dance tonight? Do you want to cross the line? Well I tripped and I fell and landed straight at your feet, from down here i'd say the line's looking blurry to none. Well blurry lines in my eyes make me willing to cross, but blurry minds make me feel uneasy. Heart warming, sweet talking reasons I'm over the line. Lying alone feels wrong but it's all for the best, it could be worse, we could both be lying. Even with miles of rope, i still wouldn't have a hope if I started going down by the head. But you're a lifeboat ...
- The Canterbury Earthquake: Why and How Prof Kevin Furlong (Penn State University & UC Erskine Fellow) gave a fascinating description and explanation of the extraordinary Earthquake to hit Christchurch New Zealand (in the Canterbury region) on Sept 4. This is one seminar you don't want to miss, you don't want your family to miss, nor expats or friends overseas. Kevin is a superb speaker, providing deep insight and explanation in an informative but non-technical manner, as he "walked the fault line" literally hours after the massive quake struck. Kevin's abstract: "Earthquakes such as the September 4 Canterbury event reflect New Zealand's position astride the Pacific-Australia plate boundary. Although we tend to focus on the major, highly visible fault lines, such as the Alpine Fault, it is important to remember that many secondary structures can host large and damaging earthquakes. This event provides evidence of the ongoing plate motions but also the manner in which plate boundary deformation is distributed. This presentation will focus on both details of the actual event and where it fits into the bigger picture of plate tectonics in New Zealand."
- Otago challenging Canterbury for the Ranfurly Shield 1994 great 1994 Ranfurly Shield game between Canterbury and Otago at Lancaster Park he's been doing it all day ref Canterbury 1. S.Loe, 2. , 3. R.Loe, 4. S.Lancaster, 5. C.England, 6. M.Brewer, 7. A.Gardiner, 8. T.Blackadder, 9. G.Bashop, 10. A.Mehrtens, 11. D.Gibson, 12. M.Mayerhofler, 13. T.Matson, 14. P.Bale, 15. S.Philpott, Bench - A.Flynn Otago 1. , 2. D.Latta, 3. , 4. , 5. , 6. A.Pene, 7. J.Kronfeld, 8. J.Joseph, 9. S.Forster, 10. S.Bashop, 11. P.Cooke, 12. J.Leslie, 13. M.Ellis, 14. J.Wilson, 15. J.Timu, Bench - T.Randall, A.Oliver and Otago still haven't won the shield, over 50 years and counting now
- The Canterbury Tales - The Prologue This a performance of The Canterbury Tales by St Peter's Players. This was from an adaption by Dave Hollis and was performed in March 2007.
- The Canterbury Tales - The Reeve's Tale Symkyn is a miller who lives in Trumpington near Cambridge and who steals wheat and meal brought to him for grinding. Symkyn is also a bully and expert with knives (qv the coulter in the Miller's Tale). His wife is the portly daughter of the town clergyman (and therefore illegitimate, as Catholic priests do not marry). They have a twenty-year-old daughter Malyne and a six-month-old son. When Symkyn overcharged for his latest work grinding corn for Solar Hall, a Cambridge University college also known as King's Hall (which later became part of Trinity College), the college steward was too ill to face him. Two students there, John and Alan, originally from Strother in North East England, are outraged at this latest theft and vow to beat the miller at his own game. John and Alan pack an even larger amount of wheat than usual and say they will watch Symkyn while he grinds it into flour, pretending that they are interested in the process because they have limited knowledge about milling. Symkyn sees through the clerks' story and vows to take even more of their grain than he had planned, to prove that scholars are not always the wisest or cleverest of people. He unties their horse, and the two students are unable to catch their steed until nightfall. Meanwhile, the miller steals the clerks' flour and gives it to his wife to bake a cake. Returning to Symkyn's house, John and Alan offer to pay him for a night's sleeping there. He challenges them to make his single bedroom into a ...
- The Archbishop of Canterbury on the Royal Wedding Speaking in a short film produced by Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury talks about the sense of hopefulness and generosity which lie at the heart of marriage, and what this also tells us about the 'mystery' and 'delight' which can be found in this life-time commitment. Dr Williams, who will be conducting the marriage ceremony at Westminster Abbey on Friday 29th, also describes the sense of privilege he feels about his own role in the royal wedding. For more information and a transcript, visit
- Archbishop of Canterbury condemns the manner of Osama bin Laden killing Rowan Williams speaking of his discomfort at the shooting of an unarmed man in a situation where justice 'had to be seen to be done.' More at /articlesoffaith.
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