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Elgin Cathedral is a historic ruin in Elgin, Moray, north-east Scotland. The cathedral—dedicated to the Holy Trinity—was established in 1224 on land granted by King Alexander II outside the burgh of Elgin and close to the River Lossie. It replaced the cathedral at Spynie, 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) to the north, that was served by a small chapter of eight clerics. The new and bigger cathedral was staffed with 18 canons in 1226 and then increased to 23 by 1242. After a damaging fire in 1270, a rebuilding programme greatly enlarged the building. It was unaffected by the Wars of Scottish Independence but again suffered extensive fire damage in 1390 following an attack by Robert III's brother Alexander Stewart, Earl of Buchan, also known as the Wolf of Badenoch. In 1402 the cathedral precinct again

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  • Catedral d'Elgin
  • Elgingo katedrala
  • Catedral de Elgin
  • Elgin Cathedral
  • Cathédrale d'Elgin
  • Elgin Cathedral
  • Catedral de Elgin
  • Katedra w Elgin
  • 埃爾金主教座堂
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  • Elgingo katedrala (ingelesez: Elgin Cathedral) Eskoziako Elgin herriko katedrala da, gaur egun hondarretan aurkitzen dena. A mailako eraikina izendaturik dago.
  • La cathédrale d'Elgin, parfois appelée « Lanterne du Nord » est une ancienne cathédrale en ruines du XIIIe siècle située à Elgin dans le Moray, au nord-est de l'Écosse.
  • Elgin Cathedral is een (ruïne van een) dertiende-eeuwse kathedraal in Elgin in de Schotse regio Moray. De kathedraal was ooit het religieus centrum van Moray en was bijgenaamd Lantern of the North (lantaarn van het noorden). Tussen 1224 en 1560 was er een bisschopszetel gevestigd.
  • Katedra Świętej Trójcy w Elgin (ang.: Holy Trinity Cathedral in Elgin, gael.: Cathair-eaglais na Trianaid ann an Eilginn) to obecnie ruina XIII-wiecznego katolickiego kościoła katedralnego, siedziby biskupa w latach 1224-1560, w Elgin w Szkocji. Zwana była "Latarnią Północy".
  • 埃爾金主教座堂(Elgin Cathedral)是英國蘇格蘭東北部埃爾金的一座教堂遺跡。這座教堂始建於1224年。1270年,該教堂發生大火。此後的重建大幅擴張了教堂的規模。然而在1390年和1402年,教堂再次遭到破壞。1560年蘇格蘭宗教改革之後,這座教堂被遺棄。現在這座教堂是蘇格蘭的A級保護建築。
  • La Catedral d'Elgin, de vegades es denomina La llanterna del Nord, és un conjunt de ruïnes històriques situades a la ciutat d'Elgin al Consell de Moray, al nord-est d'Escòcia. Les càtedres dels primers bisbes de Moray estaven localitzats a les esglésies de Birnie, Kineddar i Spynie. El Bisbe Bricius va obtenir autoritat papal per establir una seu fixa parasu catedral en Spynie en 1206, però va demanar permís al papa abans de 1216 per traslladar-la a Elgin. No obstant això la catedral va romandre en Spynie fins a 1224, quan va ser finalment traslladada a Elgin pel successor de Bricius, Andreas. La construcció d'aquesta catedral es va completar a la fi del segle xiii. La seva sala capitular octogonal, una característica única en les catedrals d'Escòcia, es troba gairebé intacta. Les naus con
  • Elgin Cathedral is a historic ruin in Elgin, Moray, north-east Scotland. The cathedral—dedicated to the Holy Trinity—was established in 1224 on land granted by King Alexander II outside the burgh of Elgin and close to the River Lossie. It replaced the cathedral at Spynie, 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) to the north, that was served by a small chapter of eight clerics. The new and bigger cathedral was staffed with 18 canons in 1226 and then increased to 23 by 1242. After a damaging fire in 1270, a rebuilding programme greatly enlarged the building. It was unaffected by the Wars of Scottish Independence but again suffered extensive fire damage in 1390 following an attack by Robert III's brother Alexander Stewart, Earl of Buchan, also known as the Wolf of Badenoch. In 1402 the cathedral precinct again
  • La catedral de Elgin, a veces se denomina La linterna del Norte, es un conjunto de ruinas históricas situadas en la ciudad de Elgin el condado de Moray, el noreste de Escocia. Las cátedras de los primeros obispos de Moray estaban localizados en las iglesias de Birnie, Kineddar y Spynie. El Obispo Bricius obtuvo autoridad papal para establecer una sede fija parasu catedral en Spynie en 1206, pero pidió permiso al papa antes de 1216 para trasladarla a Elgin. Sin embargo la catedral permaneció en Spynie hasta 1224, cuando fue finalmente trasladada a Elgin por el sucesor de Bricius, Andreas. La construcción de esta catedral se completó a finales del siglo XIII. Su sala capitular octogonal, una característica única en las catedrales de Escocia, se encuentra casi intacta. Las naves contienen las
  • A Catedral de Elgin é uma ruína histórica situada em , nordeste da Escócia. A catedral dedicada à Santíssima Trindade foi estabelecida em 1224 em terrenos concedidos pelo rei Alexandre II, fora do burgh de Elgin e perto do . Esta catedral substituiu a de Spynie, a três quilómetros a norte, que foi servida por um pequeno capítulo de oito clérigos. A nova e maior catedral era composta por 18 cónegos em 1226, e depois aumentou para 23 em 1242. Após um incêndio que danificou a catedral em 1270, o programa de reconstrução ampliou o edifício. Não foi afectada pelas Guerras de Independência escocesas, mas sofreria novamente um grande dano com um incêndio em 1390, após um ataque do irmão de Robert III, , também conhecido como o Lobo de . Em 1402, o recinto da catedral sofreu, de novo, um incêndio
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  • Chapterhouse window tracery replaced and glazed and re-roofed
  • 'popish trappings’ removed from cathedral
  • Alexander Stewart, Earl of Buchan burns the cathedral and chanonry; central tower collapses; Bishop Bur appeals to the King for reparation for the acts of his brother
  • The Pans Port and an existing section of the original precinct wall taken into public ownership
  • Bishop Andrew de Moravia gains approval for the move of the bishopric to Elgin
  • Andrew issues new constitution greatly increasing the number of canons
  • Patrick Hepburn, the last Catholic bishop of Moray died
  • Alexander, Lord of Lochaber attacks cathedral
  • Central tower collapsed destroying nave
  • Roof covering the choir collapses
  • Roof lead and bells removed by order of parliament
  • The Precenter's Manse taken into public ownership
  • Probably late in the year,Rothesay) arrested by Albany
  • William Hay, the last bishop of Moray died; Union of the Parliaments
  • The brewery on the east bank of the River Lossie and directly opposite the cathedral is removed
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  • Bishop Brice de Douglas gets approval for the church at Spynie to the fixed location of the cathedral
  • John Shanks died and is buried in the cathedral cemetery
  • Bishop Andrew Stewart completes chapterhouse refurbishment
  • The minister of St Giles church dismantled the Rood screen for firewood
  • A Pictish cross-slab found near St Giles Church is moved to the Cathedral
  • Parliament abolishes Mass; Bishops now use St Giles Church in Elgin
  • John Shanks, a cobbler of Elgin, shifted '2853 cubic yards of rubbish' from cathedral grounds
  • King David II's nomination, Alexander Bur, becomes Bishop
  • The Pans Port gate refurbished and anachronistically ornamented
  • Restoration of interior of north and south towers completed
  • Destructive fire prompts significant reconstruction and enlargement; provision of new west doorway
  • left|thumb|175px|The main west portal before the Reformation
  • Crown funded the roofing of the chapterhouse supervised by Robert Reid
  • Gregory, the first recorded Bishop of Moray, first appears in charters
  • Extensive reinforcement and repairs to walls under supervision of Robert Reid
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