Illustrated Dictionary of British Churches - Board Bell Turret Definition

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Board Bell Turret

A bell turret clad in wooden boards rather than stone. Boarded turrets are common in several parts of the country, notably the South East and Herefordshire.




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This writer, politician, and philosopher is best known for 'Novum Organum', and his 'Essays', published in 1597 and 1625



23 May, 1208

Pope Innocent III places England under interdict (no church services)

King John strikes back by seizing all church property, though loyal clergy were allowed to buy their property back

This monarch died at Pontefract Castle in Yorkshire, in early 1400, probably of starvation



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