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The grounds of the Priory, the old palace gardens, still retain many features from the historic past such as the Archbishop's bathhouse, the Friar's Walk and " St. Maelruain's Tree ".
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This inscription also appears on a grave in the grounds of Kirklees Priory near Kirklees Hall ( see below ).
Robin Hood himself was once thought to have been buried in the grounds of Kirklees Priory between Brighouse and Mirfield in West Yorkshire, although for the reasons given above this theory has now largely been abandoned.
They are often associated with a church: for example Embleton Tower in Embleton, Northumberland is an example of a so-called vicar's pele and the one at Hulne Priory is in the grounds of the priory.
Reputedly beheaded in the woodland at St Osyth Priory by the Danes after having earlier drowned in a stream and been revived by nuns, it was said that a Spring sprung up in nuns wood within the grounds of St Osyth Priory that is still in existence today.
Tynemouth Pageant is a community organisation in North Tyneside, Tyne and Wear, England, devoted to staging an open-air dramatic pageant every three years in the grounds of Tynemouth Castle and Priory, by kind permission of English Heritage who run the historic monastic and defensive site at the mouth of the River Tyne.
Despite being situated on the edge of Dudley town centre, the castle was situated within the borders of Sedgley-which was part of neighbouring Staffordshire rather than Worcestershire-until the borders were changed to include the castle and its grounds within the Dudley borough in 1926, when restructuring of the boundaries took place to allow the development of the Priory Estate.
The Theatre was constructed in 1576 by James Burbage in partnership with his brother-in-law John Brayne ( the owner of the Red Lion ) on property that had originally been the grounds of the dissolved Halliwell Priory ( or Holywell ).
Curran had her buried in the grounds of the Priory and over the grave he placed a recumbent slab, on which was fixed a metal plate bearing the inscription:
Christchurch Park was originally the grounds of the Priory of the Holy Trinity, with an area of many square miles, coming up to the medieval town walls.
The grounds of the Priory nearly reached Heath Road South and included a circuitous woodland walk and a large lake.
Demolished in the 1990s the Priory and its grounds are now covered by a modern housing estate and an extension to the Royal Orthopedic Hospital.
The priory's grounds are now Bentley Priory Nature Reserve, a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest.
It is set in the grounds and ruins of the Priory of St. Martin, which was ransacked by King Henry VIII as part of his dissolution of the monasteries.
Finally the estate was split into two lots, and on 25 March 1926, the Priory building and 40 acres ( comprising the present grounds ) were sold to the Air Ministry for a sum thought to be about £ 25, 000.
The RAF Bentley Priory Battle of Britain Trust supported VSM Estates in the decision to fill in the bunker on the grounds of maintenance costs.
The centrepiece of the celebrations was a special festival held in the grounds of Lenton Priory Church on 21 May 2005.
The castle is in excellent condition having been recently restored and stands in the grounds of the imposing Servite Priory, a religious order based in the village.
An ancient carved head and shoulders similar to the Lustymore Island figure on Boa Island, County Fermanagh was excavated from the grounds of the Priory.
An ancient carved head and shoulders was excavated from the grounds of the Priory and is now housed in St Ann's Chapel.
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Zeus made her choose between them, and she chose Idas on the grounds that Apollo, being immortal, would tire of her when she grew old.
for the Terrified, which was originally set up in Wedmore in 1999, is based in an old cow shed on the school's grounds.
The old Civil War parade grounds, in The Village of East Davenport (" The Village " for short ), have been turned into Lindsay Park, which is surrounded by small specialty shops.
Carpenter refused to cast Bronson on the grounds that he was too old, and because he worried that he could lose directorial control over the picture with an experienced actor.
However, on May 8, 2010, a sighting of a gray whale was confirmed off the coast of Israel in the Mediterranean Sea, leading some scientists to think they might be repopulating old breeding grounds that have not been used for centuries.
The earliest of the prose can be dated on linguistic grounds to the 9th century, and some of the verse may be as old as the 6th century.
In his day he saw his son and his tribe gradually driven from their possessions: forced to give up their old hunting grounds and espouse the hard working and uncongenial avocations of the whites.
However, he is also known for lies and self-promotion, and criticized on these grounds — Martin Gardner's assessment continues " but also obviously a hustler ", Canadian puzzler Mel Stover called Loyd " an old reprobate ", and Matthew Costello calls him both " puzzledom's greatest celebrity ... popularizer, genius ," but also " huckster ... and fast-talking snake oil salesman.
The old Athens Mental Hospital grounds ( now part of the university ) was built on the top of a hillside in the late 1860s, and is completely stable due to its position atop the hill rather than on a slope.
Cumhall is reputed to be buried within the grounds of Castleknock College, ( an all-boys secondary school in Dublin 15 ), supposedly under a hill upon which an old water tower now stands.
** The fortress stands on the grounds of an ancient grove of yews and boxwood, which may be up to 30 mya old.
:* In J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, an old tree on the school grounds of Hogwarts is called the " Whomping Willow ".
In old Egyptian beliefs, the otherworld is Aaru, the reed-fields of ideal hunting and fishing grounds where the dead lived after judgment.
The Estate mainly comprises substantial houses, was built in the grounds of the old Bedford Hill House and was the work of local Victorian builder, Alfred Heaver.
In Waterfall Road is Christ Church, a building of stone which has a tower and spire and was built in 1862 by Sir Gilbert Scott, In the grounds stands the Minchenden Oak, said to be the largest oak tree in England, and perhaps 800 years old.
" He ( the king ) gave three blows on a gong, the tarpaulins were removed, the first match started-and the rain came down ..." The club's old grounds continue to be used as the sports ground for Wimbledon High School.
The river begins in the grounds of Old Hunstanton Park which surrounds the old moated hall, the ancestral home of the Le Strange family.
The visitors ' centre is in the old Homestead, and camping grounds with a gas barbecue and pit toilets are located at Snake Creek, Crossing Pool and Deep Reach Pool.
Visitors will find his grave on the grounds of the old Poydras School on Main Street in New Roads, now a museum and cultural center established by the Pointe Coupee Historical Society.
A new fountain resembling the original, a gazebo much like the old Methodist meeting house that sat at the south end of the park, and a new clock adorn the grounds.
The grounds also include a caboose, a military building dedicated to Camp Grayling and local ex-military personnel, a trapper's cabin, and an old fashioned fire station.
The historic Rushford Depot ( pictured to the right ) is a landmark along this trail, with a museum inside the old depot and other historic buildings on the grounds.