28 relations: David Oates (archaeologist), Denys Winstanley, Diocese of Ely, Douglas Weiland, Erasmus Darwin IV, Felix Wedgwood, G. T. Lapsley, Hamo Thornycroft, Harry Williams (priest), Henry Weekes, High church, John North (Trinity), John Robinson (bishop of Woolwich), John Sanderson (priest), John Tweddell, List of churches in Cambridge, M.G.M. Pryor, More Poems, Pierpaolo Barbieri, Richard Appleton (academic), Robert Smith (mathematician), Rorate Coeli, Samuel Hawkes (disambiguation), Services in B-flat major, St Michael's Church, St Albans, Trinity Chapel (disambiguation), Trinity College Chapel, Trinity College, Cambridge.
Edward Ernest David Michael Oates, (25 February 1927 – 22 March 2004), known as David Oates, was a British archaeologist and academic specialising in the Ancient Near East.
Denys Arthur Winstanley (5 Dec. 1877 - 20 March 1947) was a British historian and academic, Vice-Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.
The Diocese of Ely is a Church of England diocese in the Province of Canterbury.
Douglas Weiland (born 1954 in Malvern, Worcestershire) is an English modern-classical composer.
2nd Lt. Erasmus Darwin in uniform of The Green Howards. The Menin Gate. Erasmus Darwin MA (7 December 1881 – 24 April 1915), grandson of the naturalist Charles Darwin, was an English businessman and soldier, killed in the First World War.
Arthur Felix Wedgwood (18 July 1877 – 14 March 1917) was an English author, mountaineer and soldier who died on active service during the First World War.
Gaillard Thomas Lapsley (1871–1949) was an American constitutional historian and fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge University, 1904-1949.
Sir William Hamo Thornycroft (9 March 1850 – 18 December 1925) was an English sculptor, responsible for some of London’s best-known statues.
Harry Abbott Williams, CR (10 May 1919 – 30 January 2006) was a British Church of England priest, monk, theologian and academic.
Henry Weekes (14 January 1807 – 1877) was an English sculptor, best known for his portraiture.
The term "high church" refers to beliefs and practices of ecclesiology, liturgy, and theology, generally with an emphasis on formality and resistance to "modernisation." Although used in connection with various Christian traditions, the term originated in and has been principally associated with the Anglican/Episcopal tradition, where it describes Anglican churches using a number of ritual practices associated in the popular mind with Roman Catholicism.
John North (4 September 1645, Westminster - April 1683, Cambridge) was the fifth of fourteen children of Sir Dudley North, 4th Baron North.
John Arthur Thomas Robinson (16 May 1919 – 5 December 1983) was an English New Testament scholar, author and the Anglican Bishop of Woolwich.
John Sanderson (died 1602) was an English Roman Catholic priest, known as a writer on logic.
John Tweddell (1769–1799) was an English classical scholar and traveller.
The following is a list of churches in Cambridge, England.
Mark Gillachrist Marlborough Pryor (25 February 1915 – 19 October 1970) was a British biologist, who was Senior Tutor and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
After A. E. Housman’s death in 1936, his brother Laurence was made his literary executor and over the next two years published further selections of poems from his manuscripts: in 1936 More Poems and, between 1937-9, Additional Poems, although the latter were never printed as a separate edition.
Pierpaolo Barbieri (Buenos Aires, May 17, 1987) is an economic historian, researcher, Executive Director at Greenmantle and founder of Ualá, an Argentina-based personal financial management mobile app.
Richard Appleton MA (17 February 1849 – 1 March 1909) was an English scholar, clergyman of the Church of England, and the fourth Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge, 1907 – 1909.
Robert Smith (1689 – 2 February 1768) was an English mathematician and music theorist.
Rorate coeli (or Rorate caeli), from the Book of Isaiah in the Vulgate, are the opening words of a text used in Catholic and, liturgy during Advent.
Samuel Hawkes (1816–1903) was an American politician.
Services in B-flat major, Op. 10, is a sacred choral composition by Charles Villiers Stanford for mixed choir and organ.
St Michael's Church, St Albans is a Church of England parish church in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England.
Trinity Chapel is a chapel within Canterbury Cathedral.
Trinity College Chapel may refer to.
Trinity College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge in England.