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  1. Há 4 dias · Bishop Kilkenny's benefaction, already referred to in another connexion, was the first of its kind (1256), and in 1284 Kilkenny's successor in the see of Ely, Hugh de Balsham, founded the first College, Peterhouse.

  2. Há 2 dias · Peterhouse College. The oldest (and also one of the smallest) of Cambridge’s colleges, Peterhouse was founded in 1284. Its historic hall and storeroom on the south side of Old Court are the earliest of the original 13th-century buildings. Among those who studied here were Cardinal Beaufort, chemist Henry Cavendish, and poet Thomas Gray.

  3. › europe › united-kingdomUniversity Walking Tour

    Há 3 dias · What turned a boggy medieval town into a world-class university city? Join one of our engaging local guides on the University Walk and encounter the key ideas, people and movements which have formed and reformed Cambridge University and its colleges over 8 eventful centuries.

  4. Há 4 dias · Another result of this pressure of numbers was that colleges undertook large building schemes, and King's, Trinity, St. John's, Corpus, and Peterhouse all built extensively in the fashionable neo-gothic style.

  5. Há 3 dias · The Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England survey, covering the City of Cambridge. Although mostly focused on the colleges and other buildings of the university, this volume also covers the city's churches and secular structures such as Hobson's Conduit.

  6. Há 2 dias · As an elite rower, Ollie and his Peterhouse teammate Tom George, who studied for an MPhil in Real Estate Finance at the University of Cambridge, continue competing in the annual cycle of races, from the European Championships to the World Championships, with all roads leading to Paris.

  7. Há 2 dias · John Cosin was master of Peter-house in Cambridge, and dean of Peterborough, in the reign of Charles I. in which he enjoyed several other considerable preferments. He was accused of introducing superstitious innovations in the church of Durham, of which he was then prebendary, by Peter Smart, who had been prosecuted by him for ...