History articles tagged with 'Edward the Confessor'



Attractions to visit tagged with 'Edward the Confessor'

Name Town County Attraction Type Heritage Rating
Arreton Manor Arreton Isle of Wight Historic Building 4 Heritage Rating
Chichele College Higham Ferrers Northamptonshire Historic Building 3 Heritage Rating
Ditchling Ditchling East Sussex Village 3 Heritage Rating
Edith Weston Edith Weston Rutland Village 3 Heritage Rating
Ipswich, St Mary le Tower Church Ipswich Suffolk Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Islip Islip Oxfordshire Village 4 Heritage Rating
London London Greater London Town 5 Heritage Rating
London Guildhall London Greater London Historic Building 5 Heritage Rating
Odda's Chapel Deerhurst Gloucestershire Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Ottery St Mary Ottery St Mary Devon Town 4 Heritage Rating
Rye Rye East Sussex Town 5 Heritage Rating
Selborne, St Mary's Church Selborne Hampshire Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
St Edmundsbury Cathedral Bury St Edmunds Suffolk Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Twthill Castle Rhuddlan Clwyd Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Uppingham, St Peter & St Paul's Church Uppingham Rutland Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
Welwick, St Mary's Church Welwick Yorkshire Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Westminster Abbey London Greater London Cathedral 5 Heritage Rating
Wimborne Minster Church Wimborne Minster Dorset Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Wordwell, All Saints Church Wordwell Suffolk Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Worth Worth West Sussex Village 4 Heritage Rating
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This exhibition hall was built to serve as the centrepiece for the Great Exhibition of 1851



13 August, 1678

Popish Plot

Titus Oates reveals alleged Catholic plot to kill Charles II. Oates was later convicted of perjury and executed, but most people at the time believed his tale.

This king was held responsible for the death of Archbishop Thomas Becket



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