Eyam

Eyam
carelul, cautious осторожный, хороший

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  • Eyam — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Localización de Eyam, en Derbyshire. Eyam (pronunciado Eem en inglés) es un pequeño pueblo de Derbyshire, Inglaterra. Es más conocido por ser la aldea de la peste , la cual asoló el lugar cuando la Peste bubónica… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Eyam — Eyam …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Eyam — infobox UK place official name = Eyam os grid reference = SK220764 population = 926 (2001 [cite web |url=http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissemination/LeadTableView.do?a=3 b=793301 c=eyam d=16 e=15 g=434246 i=1001x1003x1004 m=0 enc=1… …   Wikipedia

  • Eyam — Recorded in various spelling forms including Eam, Eim, Eyam, Eyme and Eyum, this is an English surname. It is locational from a village called Eyam, in Derbyshire, infamous for being the place where the Bubonic Plague of the year 1665 is believed …   Surnames reference

  • Eyam Hall — is a 17th century historic house in the village of Eyam, Derbyshire, England, UK, situated in the Hope Valley, off the A623 from Chapel en le Frith to Chesterfield. It is a Grade II* listed building.The Hall was built ca. 1676 by the Wright… …   Wikipedia

  • The Roses of Eyam — is a historical drama by Don Taylor, largely based on the events that happened in the Plague Village of Eyam, Derbyshire, between September 1665 and December 1666 [ [http://www.bbc.co.uk/legacies/myths legends/england/derby/article 5.shtml… …   Wikipedia

  • William Mompesson — was an historically important clergyman, whose decisive action when his Derbyshire parish, Eyam, became infected with the plague in the 17th century averted more widespread catastrophe.The earliest reference to him is in Alumni Cantabrigienses… …   Wikipedia

  • Derby plague of 1665 — The Headless Cross, also known as the Vinegar Stone or Plague Stone at Friar Gate, Derby, England. During the Great Plague of 1665 the area of Derby, England fell victim to the bubonic plague epidemic, with many deaths.[1] Some areas of Derby… …   Wikipedia

  • Furness, Richard — (1791 1857)    The son of a small farmer, from Eyam, Derbyshire, the famous plague village, he became an apprenticed leather worker at Chesterfield, Derbyshire. He turned out to be proficient in mathematics, French, music, and poetry, and became… …   British and Irish poets

  • William Newton (poet) — Infobox Person name = William Newton image size = caption = birth date = 1750William Newton at the Dictionary of National Biography now in the public domain] birth place = Abney, Derbyshire death date = 1830 death place = Tideswell education =… …   Wikipedia

  • List of museums in England — Museums in England is a link page for any museum in England by ceremonial county. The Museums, Libraries and Archives Council is the national development agency for museums in England, and is a sponsored body of the Department for Culture, Media… …   Wikipedia


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