St Giles' Paperback

The Dramatic Story of a Great Church and its People

by Rosalind K. Marshall;

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St Giles'

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Sitting Majestically atop the ridge of Edinburgh's historic Royal Mile, St Giles' looks imposingly down upon Scotland's capital. It has been at the centre of some of the most significant moments in Scotland's history, and stage to some of its biggest players. This book, based on new research, tells the story of Scotland's most famous church from its foundation in the 1120s through the 17th-century Prayer Book riot, the writing of the Covenant in 1638, the executions of Montrose and Argyll, and the seat of the Order of the Thistle to the current culmination of an ambitious thirty-year renewal programme which has brought colour and light to a living church. St Giles' is home not only to its own congregation but also to regular civic and national services, not to mention nearly half a million visitors a year.

St Giles' by Rosalind K. Marshall was published by St Andrew Press in May 2009 and is our 46571st best seller. The ISBN for St Giles' is 9780715208830.

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Details for St Giles'

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSt Andrew Press (May 2009)
Number of Pages240
Thickness14 mm
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
Product Code3096466
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