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  1. Há 4 dias · BRASENOSE COLLEGE History. Brasenose College honours two founders, William Smyth, Bishop of Lincoln (d. 1514) and Richard Sutton, serjeant-atlaw and steward of the nunnery of Syon (d. 1524).

  2. Há 6 dias · Brasenose College in the 1670s. History. The collegiate system arose because Oxford University came into existence through the gradual agglomeration of numerous independent institutions. Over the centuries several different types of college have emerged and disappeared. Monastic halls. The first academic houses were monastic halls.

  3. Há 3 dias · BBC News. Reporting from Oxford. 3 hours ago. Comedy legend Sir Michael Palin has been awarded an honorary degree from the University of Oxford in a ceremony that was affected by a nearby pro ...

  4. 26 de mai. de 2024 · The college was founded in 1509 by William Smyth, Bishop of Lincoln and Sir Richard Sutton and took the place of the much earlier Brasenose Hall and Little University or King's Hall. The Old Quadrangle was begun at this date, but the Kitchen Wing may be of the 15th century.

  5. 13 de jun. de 2024 · One such college was Brasenose, which in 1579 acquired Mynchery Wood, which had belonged to Littlemore Priory, from Sir Christopher Brome; and in 1903 became the principal landowners in the parish when they bought the Morrell estate.

  6. 11 de jun. de 2024 · In fourth week we hosted a magnificent exhibition of photographs of Oxford in the Antechapel put on by our good friend Douglas Verminnen. He organises his work as “Oxford through the Lens” and it formed part of Oxfordshire Arts Weeks.

  7. Há 5 dias · Book: A Companion to Britain in the Later Middle Ages. S. H. Rigby. Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell, 2009, ISBN: 9781405189736; 665pp.; Price: £24.99. Reviewer: Dr Rowena Archer. Christ Church and Brasenose College, Oxford. Citation: Dr Rowena Archer, review of A Companion to Britain in the Later Middle Ages, (review no. 816)