Exeter College

Exeter College may refer to:

  • Exeter College, Oxford a college of Oxford University
  • Exeter College, Exeter a college in Exeter, Devon

Other articles related to "exeter college, college, exeter":

Star Of Bethlehem (painting) - Origin of The Composition
... and Burne-Jones to create a tapestry as a gift for their alma mater Exeter College, Oxford, suggesting the Adoration of the Magi as a subject ... London showrooms at Easter 1890 before being presented to Exeter College ... Of the ten versions woven, one is in Eton College Chapel, one in the Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, one in the Art Gallery of South Australia, and one at ...
William Paynter (academic)
... Having been admitted as a poor scholar in February 1656, he matriculated from Exeter College, Oxford, on 29 March that year, and on 3 July 1657 he was elected to a ... Cornishmen, Paynter's fellowship was suspended by Arthur Bury, the college rector and a devout Devonian, on the grounds that Paynter had been elected to one of the ... In spite of this rebuff, in 1685 Paynter gave £100 to Exeter College ...
Hertford College, Oxford - History - Hart Hall
... The College began life as Hart Hall (Aula Cervina), a small tenement built roughly where the College's Old Hall is today, a few paces along New ... At that time, New College Lane was known as Hammer Hall Lane (named after a hall to the east, as New College had not then been founded), and its northern side was the old town wall ... In 1312, John sold the two halls to Walter de Stapledon, Bishop of Exeter, who desired to found a college ...
Exeter College Boat Club
... Exeter College Boat Club (ECBC) is the boat club of Exeter College, Oxford, England ... The college has a boathouse on Christ Church Meadow which it shares with Brasenose College Boat Club ...

Famous quotes containing the words college and/or exeter:

    Solitude is not measured by the miles of space that intervene between a man and his fellows. The really diligent student in one of the crowded hives of Cambridge College is as solitary as a dervis in the desert.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    A lifeless planet. And yet, yet still serving a useful purpose, I hope. Yes, a sun. Warming the surface of some other world. Giving light to those who may need it.
    Franklin Coen, and Joseph Newman. Exeter (Jeff Morrow)