Longthorpe, Peterborough

Longthorpe
Longthorpe is a village in the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, in the United Kingdom.wikipedia
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Peterborough

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Longthorpe is a village in the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, in the United Kingdom.
There was also a large 1st century Roman fort at Longthorpe, designed to house half a legion, or about 3,000 soldiers; it may have been established as early as around AD 44–48.

Thorpe Hall (Peterborough)

Thorpe Hall
Oliver St John, a Lord Chief Justice who supported Parliament in the civil war, bought the lease of the manor of Longthorpe and built Thorpe Hall.
Thorpe Hall at Longthorpe in the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, is a Grade I listed building, built by Peter Mills between 1653 and 1656, for the Lord Chief Justice, Oliver St John.

Oliver St John

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Oliver St John, a Lord Chief Justice who supported Parliament in the civil war, bought the lease of the manor of Longthorpe and built Thorpe Hall.
St John built Thorpe Hall at Longthorpe in Peterborough between 1653 and 1656.

Longthorpe Tower

Longthorpe Tower, a 14th-century, three-storey tower and fortified manor house in the care of English Heritage, is also situated here.
Longthorpe Tower is a 14th-century three-storey tower in the village of Longthorpe, famous for its well-preserved set of medieval murals.

Cambridgeshire

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Longthorpe is a village in the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, in the United Kingdom.

Castra

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A 1st century Roman fort was established at Longthorpe, it may have been as early as around AD 44–48 but was certainly present by 61–62.

Phase (archaeology)

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The first phase covered 27 acre, this was later replaced by another fort measuring 11 acre.

Parish

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The ecclesiastical parish was formed in 1850 from the parish of Saint John the Baptist.

John the Baptist

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The ecclesiastical parish was formed in 1850 from the parish of Saint John the Baptist.

Botwulf of Thorney

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The church of Saint Botolph is a plain building of coarse rubble, dating from the 13th century, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles and a western bell cote, containing one bell.

Chancel

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The church of Saint Botolph is a plain building of coarse rubble, dating from the 13th century, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles and a western bell cote, containing one bell.

Nave

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The church of Saint Botolph is a plain building of coarse rubble, dating from the 13th century, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles and a western bell cote, containing one bell.

Aisle

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The church of Saint Botolph is a plain building of coarse rubble, dating from the 13th century, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles and a western bell cote, containing one bell.

Piscina

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In the chancel is a piscina and aumbry, two other brackets and a piscina are in the south aisle and two brackets in the north aisle.

Ambry

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In the chancel is a piscina and aumbry, two other brackets and a piscina are in the south aisle and two brackets in the north aisle.

The Victorian Society

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Objections to controversial works were raised by the Victorian Society, Historic England and the Twentieth Century Society in 2017.

Historic England

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Objections to controversial works were raised by the Victorian Society, Historic England and the Twentieth Century Society in 2017.

The Twentieth Century Society

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Objections to controversial works were raised by the Victorian Society, Historic England and the Twentieth Century Society in 2017.

Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales

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Oliver St John, a Lord Chief Justice who supported Parliament in the civil war, bought the lease of the manor of Longthorpe and built Thorpe Hall.

English Civil War

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Oliver St John, a Lord Chief Justice who supported Parliament in the civil war, bought the lease of the manor of Longthorpe and built Thorpe Hall.

Manorialism

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Oliver St John, a Lord Chief Justice who supported Parliament in the civil war, bought the lease of the manor of Longthorpe and built Thorpe Hall.

John Evelyn

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In 1654 it was described by the author John Evelyn as "a stately place...built out of the ruins of the Bishop's Palace and cloisters."

Bishop

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In 1654 it was described by the author John Evelyn as "a stately place...built out of the ruins of the Bishop's Palace and cloisters."

Palace

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In 1654 it was described by the author John Evelyn as "a stately place...built out of the ruins of the Bishop's Palace and cloisters."

Cloister

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In 1654 it was described by the author John Evelyn as "a stately place...built out of the ruins of the Bishop's Palace and cloisters."