News from Ellys Manor House

Ellys Manor House and Church

THE ELLYS MANOR PROGRAMME – THE ART OF RECOGNITION

EMH with church (together), are without doubt, two of our most important historical buildings in Western Christendom, evoking our journey – our story, the entire history of Europe.

House, church, the architectural language, and wall paintings, bearing some of our most important and recognisable early Christian symbols and those of Greek Mythology.

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The Artichoke wall painting, original and enhanced version at Ellys Manor House

Artiskokken

Vores samfund har udviklet sig fra et landbrugssamfund, og et af de mest bestandige symboler, artiskokken, optrader på vagmalerierne i Ellys Manor House.

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The Peacock Ellys Manor House wall painting original and enhancement

Påfuglen

Argos Panoptes fremstilles ofte som en kampe med 100 øjne, men var det virkelig rigtigt? Læs videre for at få mere at vide om Heras med trofaste tiener.

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Uhuru Kenyatta, President of the Republic of Kenya, and Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

Le Royaume Uni Et Le Kenya Participent A Un Sommet Majeur Sur L’education En 2021

Le sommet aura lieu au Royaume-Uni mi 2021 et convoquera les plus importants acteurs et decisionnaires dans le but d'envoyer tous les enfants a l'ecole.

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Ellys Manor House - Who protects the integrity of humanities and the arts

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The Pomegranate wall painting at Ellys Manor House

The Pomegranate (as seen in the Ellys Manor House wall paintings - artistically enhanced), also known as the "fruit of the dead'.

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Understanding Ellys Manor House

Understanding Ellys Manor House

To understand Ellys Manor House (EMH), is to understand the architectural language of northern Europe.

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Archbishop Richard Bancroft

Defending Our Heritage

The custodians of Ellys Manor House are sorry to inform you we have been forced to close our significant and historic building to the public. Ellys Manor House, and the neighbouring Grade 1 listed Church, fully encapsulates early modern European and British history. The two buildings form an iconic landmark in Britain; we know many of you have enjoyed visiting us.

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