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Shroud for the archbishop

a Sister Fidelma mystery

by Peter Tremayne

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Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland,
  • Italy
    • Subjects:
    • Celtic Church -- Fiction,
    • Fidelma, Sister (Fictitious character) -- Fiction,
    • Women detectives -- Italy -- Fiction,
    • Catholics -- Fiction,
    • Nuns -- Fiction,
    • Ireland -- History -- To 1172 -- Fiction,
    • Italy -- History -- 476-774 -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPeter Tremayne.
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR6070.R366 S57 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 340 p. ;
      Number of Pages340
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL971674M
      ISBN 100312147341
      LC Control Number96008481


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Shroud for the Archbishop, the second volume in the Sister Fidelma mystery series by Peter Tremayne, follows closely on the events of the first volume. After the death of Archbishop Deusdedit of Canterbury, mentioned in the first book, Absolution by Murder, his chosen successor, Wighard, has travelled to Rome to be confirmed in his position by 4/5.

The book is a curious window into 6 th century Rome, the vicissitudes of both the waning empire and the burgeoning ecclesiastical empire, and the righteousness of the Celtic church.

Satisfying, to provide the setting for the separate missions of the 2 sleuths and to prepare the reader for their independent callings/5(64).

Shroud for the Archbishop is a successful second volume in the Sister Fidelma series. The very detailed descriptions of Rome in the seventh century Dark Ages provide a good background to an interesting puzzle that is solved by a well-matched pair of sleuths.

However, this second book and therefore the series labor under two disadvantages/5(5). This is the first book ever written by non-believers demonstrating the authenticity of the Turin Shroud and explaining its images.

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The author is Peter Berresford Ellis (writing under the name Peter Tremayne) who is a noted British historian and he includes some. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Shroud for the Archbishop (Sister Fidelma Series #2) by Peter Tremayne at Barnes & Noble.

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Wighard, archbishop designate of Canterbury, has been discovered garrotted in his chambers in the Lateran Palace in. Shroud for the Archbishop. by Peter Tremayne.

Mysteries of Ancient Ireland (Book 2) Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: St. Martin's Press. Set in a Rome riven by religious and political conflicts, SHROUD FOR THE ARCHBISHOP is the second compelling novel in Peter Tremayne's gripping Celtic mystery FOR THE SISTER FIDELMA SERIES: 'A compulsive readable whodunit fronted by one of the most reliably intriguing characters to grace the pages of the genre' BooklistWighard.

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Get also books in EPUB and Mobi Format. Shroud for the Archbishop is book two in the Sister Fidelma historical traditional-mystery series set in Europe's Middle Ages (circa ).

Most of the stories take place in Ireland and England, but this second book in the series brings Sister Fidelma, an Irish investigating-judge and religious woman, to Author: Avid Reader. Set in a Rome riven by religious and political conflicts, SHROUD FOR THE ARCHBISHOP is the second compelling novel in Peter Tremayne's gripping Celtic mystery series.

PRAISE FOR THE SISTER FIDELMA SERIES: 'A compulsive readable whodunit fronted by one of the most reliably intriguing characters to grace the pages of the genre' Booklist/5(37). In "Shroud for the Archbishop," Tremayne offers a picture of Rome at a moment when decisions were being made that continue to resonate today.

The power struggle of the time often centered on whether the Celtic or the Roman tradition would dominate the church in the emerging revived Europe.

Perhaps the lukewarm reception this book has received /5(50). I am truly pleased to unveil our new Ancaster Shroud Conference page in this anniversary update. The conference, titled, Science, Theology and the Turin Shroud, was held on Wednesday, Aug to Saturday, Augat Redeemer University in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada.

The event was sponsored by the Arthur C. Custance Centre for Science and Christianity, Mark Antonacci and the. Shroud for the Archbishop (Book): Tremayne, Peter: Wighard, archbishop designate of Canterbury, has been discovered garrotted in his chambers in the Lateran Palace in Rome in the autumn of AD The solution to this terrible crime appears simple as the palace guards have arrested Brother Ronan Ragallach, as he fled from Wighard's chamber.

Shroud for the archbishop by Peter Tremayne,Signet edition, in English About the Book. The second installment of the series set in medieval Ireland finds Celtic nun Sister Fidelma investigating the brutal death of Wighard, Archbishop Designate of Canterbury, a case that leads her into the thick of the world's religious conflict.

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The archbishop told Vatican News that the online viewing of the shroud could be "much better" than seeing it in person because the cameras will allow viewers to see it up close and to remain at length with the image. The image of the crucified man on the shroud, he said, "will go to the heart and the sadness of many people who will follow us.

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Wighard, Archbishop designate of Canterbury, has been found dead, garrotted in his chambers in Rome's Lateran Palace in the autumn of A.D.

His murderer seems apparent to all, since an Irish religieux was arrested by the palace guards as he fled Wighard's chamber, but the monk denies responsibility for the crime, and the treasures missing. A second chapter in the seventh-century exploits of intelligent, highly educated Sister Fidelma of the Celtic Church in Ireland, aided as before by Brother Eadulf of Canterbury (Absolution by Murder, ).

The two have traveled to Rome, where Fidelma is to deliver messages to His Holiness and where Eadulf will serve as scribe to archbishop-designate Wighard of Canterbury, the guest of Bishop.

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Synopsis. Wighard, archbishop designate of Canterbury, has been discovered garrotted in his chambers in the Lateran Palace in Rome in the autumn of AD /5(39). Shroud For The Archbishop By Peter Tremayne - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

Shroud for the Archbishop Kindle Book OverDrive Read Adobe EPUB eBook KB; Peter Tremayne (Author) PETER TREMAYNE is a pseudonym of Peter Berresford Ellis, a renowned scholar who has written extensively on the ancient Celts and the Irish.

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Further to my post, "New experiments on Shroud show it's not medieval," about the Vatican Insider article on Shroud researcher Giulio Fanti, an engineering professor at the University of Padua, Fanti [Right (click to enlarge): Prof. Giulio Fanti with his new book, "Il Mistero della Sindone" ("The Mystery of the Shroud"): Roberto Brumat] Author: Stephen E.

Jones. The archbishop told Vatican News that the online viewing of the shroud could be “much better” than seeing it in person because the cameras will allow viewers to see it up close and to remain at length with the image.

The image of the crucified man on the shroud, he said, “will go to the heart and the sadness of many people who will follow us. The shroud’s official custodian, Archbishop Cesare Nosiglia of Turin, Following Fanti’s new book came the historic television appearance on Holy Saturday, Key Facts About the Shroud of.

The Shroud of Turin, or the burial cloth of Jesus, first appeared in in historical documents associated with the 14th century French crusader, Geoffrey de Charnay. Geoffrey de Charnay was married to Jeanne de Vergy, a 5th generation descendent of Othon .Buckley's story begins with a kind of preface: a news story from Aug.

28,reporting that an artifact resembling the famed Shroud of Turin, thought to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ, had.