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British Roman and Saxon antiquities and folk-lore of Worcestershire.

Jabez Allies

British Roman and Saxon antiquities and folk-lore of Worcestershire.

by Jabez Allies

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Published by John Russell Smith in London .
Written in English


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Fairy Books. Allies, Jabez The British, Roman and Saxon antiquities and folklore of Worcestershire (London: J.R. Smith, ) Prince, Albertine The Remains of Folklore in Shropshire (University of . On the ancient British, Roman and Saxon antiquities and folk-lore of Worcestershire. (London, J.H. Parker; [etc., etc.], ), by Jabez Allies (page images at HathiTrust) Archivio storico Sardo.

THE WISH HOUNDS. THE tradition of the Midnight Hunter and his headless hounds--always, in Cornwall, associated with Tregeagle--prevails everywhere. On the ancient British, Roman and Saxon antiquities and folk-lore of Worcestershire - J. Allies () Our ancestors, Scots, Piets, & Cymry, and what their traditions tell us - R. C. Maclagan () Popular romances of the west of England, or, The drolls, traditions, and superstitions of old Cornwall - Seller Rating: % positive.

Allies, Jabez (), On the Ancient British, Roman and Saxon Antiquities and Folklore of Worcestershire, Kessinger publishing's rare reprints (reprint . On the Ancient British, Roman, & Saxon Antiquities & Folk-lore of Worcestershire by Jabez Allies () "kelpies. Mr. Stewart also speaks of superstitions in the Highlands relative There are marks in the old red sand stone in Forfarshire, called " kelpies' " 5. Old Mother Earth: Her High-ways and By-ways by Josephine Simpson ().


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Chapter XII, p. is an enlarged edition of the author's Ignis fatuus, published separately in First edition,published under title: On the ancient British, Roman and Saxon antiquitiesPages:   The British, Roman, and Saxon Antiquities and Folk-lore of Worcestershire [Jabez Allies] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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PP1, at Google Books () This was a much extended edition of the publication. Besides papers in the Archæological Journal, he wrote many interesting letters on his favourite subjects in the Literary Gazette,et seq., and other magazines. Born at Lulsley, Worcestershire, where his family had resided for generations.

He was one of the earliest writers on folklore. In early youth he was deeply impressed by the lingering relics of Roman and Saxon days and by the pastoral life that characterised his native place and later in life and threw light upon vestiges of Roman occupation in.

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From "On The Ancient British, Roman, and Saxon Antiquities and Folk-Lore of Worcestershire" 2nd ed - Jabez Allies (): "Cruckbarrow Hill, In Whittington This fine conical elevation is most probably an ancient British broad barrow.

It was in all likelihood used by the Romans as a signal station, as it overlooks Worcester, and the Roman Camp at Kempsey, and is nearly opposite to Powick: a. From "On The Ancient British, Roman, and Saxon Antiquities and Folk-Lore of Worcestershire" 2nd ed - Jabez Allies (): "The name of this hill is probably derived from the Saxon 'Wude Byrig', the dwelling in the wood, and refers to the camp there.

It is vulgarly called Howbury or Oubury Hill. Nash*, in speaking of it, says: 'In the parish of Great Witley, the river Teme passeth under.

On the Ancient British, Roman, & Saxon Antiquities & Folk-lore of Worcestershire by Jabez Allies () "Highlands of Scotland," pubh'shed in 18^3, the spunkies are described as follows:— " Whenever the traveller had the misfortune to lose his way, " 2.

On the ancient British, Roman, and Saxon antiquities of Worcestershire by Jabez Allies. On the Ancient British, Roman and Saxon Antiquities and Folk-lore of Worcestershire. Worcestershire: J. Parker. ISBN Baum, J.; Mason, David (). Excavation at Chester, the Elliptical Building: An Image of the Roman World – Excavations in and –9.

Archaeological Service Excavation & Survey Reports No. On the ancient British, Roman and Saxon antiquities and folk-lore of Worcestershire.

Roman Roads through and near Kempsey. There are three possible Roman roads through and near Kempsey. One may have run along Old Road South, entering the oldest area of the village where a Roman camp might have been, and exiting possibly along Lyf's Lane (although Lyf was a Saxon chief) and continuing to the Roman settlement at Worcester.

Allies, Jabez, On the Ancient British, Roman and Saxon Antiquities and Folk-Lore of Worcestershire () Andrews, E, Ulster Folk-Lore () Atkinson, J.C., Forty Years in a Moorland Parish () Aubrey, John, Miscellanies () Bailey, Cyril., () The Religion of Ancient Rome, Balfour, M.

C., Legends of the Cars. Folk-Lore II. Allies, J.,The Ancient British, Roman and Saxon Antiquities and Folklore of Worcestershire (London: J.H. Parker) p. (as celtic tumulus) online copy Periodical Articles Pagett, T.,'Barrow Hill- Drayton: A short report on its possible origins' Hagley Historical and Field Society_.

Jabez Allies in his Antiquities of Worcestershire 4 () appears to be the first antiquarian to collect information and describe Roman finds from Kempsey and all subsequent information has been based on his work. He describes the extent of the earthwork, as he is distressed at the destruction of parts of it by gravel digging in his day.

‘The Ancient British, Roman, and Saxon Antiquities and Folk-lore of Worcestershire,’ 2nd ed. This was an extension of the original works (4 and 5 supra), making an octavo of pages. It is the most interesting work on local field-names that has yet been published. In order for a book to be a scan candidate forit needs to be 1) In the public domain in the US 2) on the topic of Religion, Mythology, Folklore, the Esoteric/Occult, or have a large amount of related content (such as a travel or anthropology book).

Roman and Saxon Antiquities and Folk-Lore of Worcestershire. Marshall. But fairies are mentioned only peripherally. There is a lot of fairy lore in this book: On the ancient British, Roman, and Saxon antiquities of Worcestershire, Jabez Allies More “Pictish Kings” and fairies in this Interesting Roman antiquities recently discovered in Fife, Andrew Small.On the ancient British, Roman and Saxon antiquities and folk-lore of Worcestershire () Our ancestors, Scots, Piets, & Cymry, and what their traditions tell us () Papers and transactions () Patrañas, or Spanish stories, legendary and traditional () Philippine folk tales () Popular romances of the west of England ().