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Folk-lore & legend of the Surrey hills and of the Sussex Downs & forests.
LOVETT, EDWARD, Folk-Lore and Legend of the Surrey Hills and the Sussex Downs and Forest (Caterham: The Author, ). MacKinnon Charles, Scottish Highlanders MATTHEWS, W. H., Mazes and Labyrinths: Their History and Development (London: Longman, ). 9 cultural legends who lived near Gatwick Airport The historically rich counties of Sussex, Kent and Surrey have been home to many famous folk through the ages. Take the opportunity to peek into the homes of Romantic poets, political greats and world-renowned naturalists. Here are 9 cultural legends to get to know better.
The Surrey Hills is an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) that runs from Guildford in the west of the county to Reigate in the East. In between is some marvellous walking country with marvellous views of a part of England that is surprisingly rural. The Hogs Back, Box Hill, Leith Hill, Reigate Hill, Ranmore are all points high on the North Downs with far reaching views over farmland. The Story of the Amulet: Locating the Enchantment of Collections Show all authors. Jude Hill. Jude Hill. Lovett, Edward () Folk-Lore and Legend of the Surrey Hills and of the Sussex Downs and Forests. Caterham: Caterham Elizabeth () The Mascot Book. London: T. Werner Laurie Ltd. Google Scholar. Wellcome Historical Medical Museum Cited by:
Full text of "Field paths and green lanes: being country walks, chiefly in Surrey and Sussex" See other formats. I t is a great joy to walk the rolling hills of the Sussex Downs, the harbours, coastal plains, the High Weald and Surrey. Peter Lovett walks map routes to suit your interests, adding an extra dimension to the scenery. The walks make time to enjoy the plants, birds, insects, churches and history.
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Folk-lore & legend of the Surrey hills and of the Sussex downs forests by Lovett, EdwardPages: Buy Folklore and Legend of the Surrey Hills and of the Sussex Downs and Forests (Folklore Society Library publications) Facsimile of ed by Lovett, Edward (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Edward Lovett. Jacqueline Simpson (born ) is a United Kingdom researcher and author on folklore and legend. She studied English Literature and Medieval Icelandic at Bedford College, University of London.
Simpson has been, at various times, Editor, Secretary, and President of the Folklore Society/5. Magic in Modern London with Folklore & Legends of the Surrey Hills and of the Sussex Downs & Forests Magic in Modern London With Folklore & Legends of the Surrey Hills and of the Sussex Downs & Forests at - ISBN - ISBN - The Occult Art Company - - HardcoverFormat: Hardcover.
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Edward Lovett Looking Relaxed Edward Lovett's grandson, Bill Lovett, kindly supplied this photograph of his grandfather for the book Magic In Modern London with Folklore & Legends of the Surrey Hills and the Sussex Downs & Forests He looks very dapper as he's transported along the waterway.
Click on the above link to download a free interactive map (pdf) of folklore in Sussex and the South Downs. The map is based on Jacqueline Simpson’s ‘ Folklore of Sussex ‘.
Zoom in and click on the map icons to be taken to stories, and click on stories to be taken to their place on the map (they normally appear in the top left).
Welcome to the Sussex Archaeology & Folklore page, many of you may have seen the plethora of Sussex guidebooks that always give you a sense of travelling around Sussex, glancing briefly, never stopping to look too closely.
With these pages, I am hoping to delve into specific sites and subjects a little more deeply and from the viewpoints of. Pharisees is an old Sussex name for fairies. Once rife across the Downs, living in ancient earthworks and hill-forts, the fairies were most recently seen on Harrow Hill near Patching, with its flint mines and earthworks, which is said to have been their last home.
Edward Lovett (July – ) was an English folklorist, recognised for his collections of charms, amulets, and objects used in children's games. He was born in Islington and lived in Outram Road, Croydon, later residing in Caterham, and is reported to have worked as a chief cashier at branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland in the City of London.
The heart of this project is a focus on the fantastic imagination as a creative force both in literature and culture. The Centre will provide a forum where writers and scholars from various disciplines can discuss fairy tales and folk narratives, fantasy, magic realist and Gothic texts, and speculative fiction including science fiction and the novel of ideas ‒ both as independent ‘genres.
Folklore and Legend of the Surrey Hills and of the Sussex Downs and Forests. Caterham, Surrey: Caterham Valley, Primitive Culture: Researches into the Development of Mythology.
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Also includes 'Folklore & Legends of the Surrey Hills and of the Sussex Downs & Forests'. The author, researcher and collector Edward Lovett, had a considerable influence on Cecil Williamson, the founder of the Museum of Witchcraft.
This is a beautiful new edition of this classic, illustrated with colour photographs of objects in the Museum/5.
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11 a pr A Map of Folklore in Sussex and South Downs By the Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy. Based on research by Prof. Jacqueline Simpson. Tales of the Surrey Hills. As I walk in the Surrey Hills, I am always amazed at the variety of stories that there are about the place.
Some of them come down from history as facts. Some of them are remembering of things that did happen but perhaps not exactly as told. Some of them are stories that people made up to try to understand the landscape.
This book can be found in: Politics, Society & Education > Sociology & anthropology > Anthropology > Social & cultural anthropology & ethnography zoom Magic in Modern London With Folklore & Legends of the Surrey Hills and of the Sussex Downs & Forests (Hardback)Author: Edward Lovett.
He also published a book of his findings entitled 'Magic in Modern London' and another book followed on 'Folk-lore and Legend of the Surrey Hills and of the Sussex Downs and Forests'. By this stage Lovett was a recognised specialist in the subject of superstitions and the Imperial War Museum appointed him as the honorary curator of their Nationality: British.
Surrey and Sussex: Longer pieces of research are published in book form: at present there are more than 20 publications. The Society has some members, most living locally. Wildflowers of the Sussex Downs.
I read a bit about scabious in an obscure little fanciful book. It was written by a beekeeper, many years ago, and while the book itself was a bit of a bee fiction/fantasy, I think the actual knowledge of bee lore in it is sound.
In one spot he mentions how the eggs came down with a disease and the workers.folk-lore a quarterly review of myth, tradition, institution, & custom being the transactions of the folk-lore society and incorporating the archaeological review and the folk-lore journal vol.
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