070719.Bath, Are You There God? It’s Me, Dead Dean

July 19, 2007 at 9:16 PM | Posted in Architecture, Bath, Bath Abbey, Cathedrals and churches, Chisel Marks, Columns, Corinthian Order, Monuments and Memorials, Sculpture, somerset, Tabernacles | 3 Comments

061002.164.Somset.Bath.Areyoutheregod.itsmedeadBishop Montagu
OK, actually dead Bishop Montague, d. 1618…

Monument designed and built by William Cure, mason. Nicholas Johnson was the carver.

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  1. une belle eglise, les vitraux au fond sont magnifiques. c’est amusant, je suis non croyant, mais j’aime visiter et photographier les eglises. bon weekend


    a beautiful church, the stained glasses at the bottom are splendid. it is amusing, I am not believing, but I like to visit and photograph the churches. good weekend

  2. And you actually spelled out “G-O-D.” Granted, you are paraphrasing a well-known title.

    Hurrah for dead bishops.

    Wait.

    That didn’t come out right.

  3. The thing about living in the States is that these church interiors and carvings of dead bishops are scarce in our land. So I must live vicariously through sites like yours. Fabulous.


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