500 miscellaneous books on Joseph,
  Jesus and the Apostles building the first Christian Church,
    Together with the Royal Family of Britain that was at war with Rome,
      Converting the whole England before 50AD for His Governance on Earth as in heaven.

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However, to wet your appetite, here are about 500 miscellaneous books on Joseph of Arimathea IN BRITAIN, as is easily discoverable in google.




  1. Chronicles of the Ancient British Church, Anterior to the ... - Page 16

    Norman authorities have assigned to Joseph the credit of being an apostle to Britain, and they are supported by the ... of the history of Britain, and particularly something concerning the antiquity of Glastonbury, and Josephof Arimathea.
  2. Glastonbury abbey [by W. Robinson]. - Page 6

    In this place, near a chapel built by St. David, on the east end of the old Church tower, were buried Joseph of Arimathea, St. Patrick, St. Gildas, St. Dunstan, and many other saints and martyrs. Many of the most learned antiquaries doubted ...
  3. The Churchman's companion - Page 208

    1871 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    Thus Joseph of Arimathea, by his godly life and good behaviour, having obtained the goodwill of one Ethelbertus, ... In the ancient town ofGlastonbury the holy Joseph of Arimathea continued till the day of his death, being forty-two years, ...
  4. Horć Britannicć; or, Studies in ancient British history - Page 10

    The monks of Glastonbury, in order to claim precedence, invented the tale ofJoseph of Ari- mathea and his ... It is not probable that either Philip, orJoseph of Arimathea, ever came tothewest of Europe: it is more likely that they went among the ...
  5. The Evangelical Register: A Magazine for Promoting the ...

    1839 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    We now subjoin the substance of the history of Glastonbury, which was afterwards so much heightened and improved as ... The next proof for the coming of Joseph of Arimathea to Glastonbury may be taken from Melkinus Avalonius, a British ...
  6. Lives of the Queens of England Before the Norman Conquest - Page 79

    To each of the twelve followers of St. Joseph, he appointed there a certain portion of land called a hide, sufficient for one ... of the history of Britain, and particularly something concerning the antiquity of Glastonbury, and Josephof Arimathea.
  7. The architectural antiquities of Great Britain: represented ...

    In reviewing the annals of Glastonbury, we find many stories to awaken scepticism. Its early foundation, by Joseph of Arimathea ; the miracles connected with his supposed journey to, and settlement on, this spot ; his vegetating staff, and ...
  8. The architectural history of Glastonbury Abbey

  9. The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain Represented ...

    In reviewing the annals of Glastonbury, we find many stories to awaken scepticism. Its early foundation, by Joseph of Arimathea ; the miracles connected with his supposed journey to, and settlement on, this spot ; his vegetating staff", and ...
  10. The Sunday at home - Volume 11 - Page 358

    Bishop Stillingfleet says, " As to the tradition concerning Joseph ofArimathea, I confess I look on it as an invention of tho monks ofGlastonbury, to serve their interests by advancing the reputation of their monastery." He shows that the story is ...
  11. The History of Wales ... Translated into English by Dr. ... - Page 12

    For Joseph of Arimathea being sent by Philip the Apostle in the days of Arviragus, An. Chr. 53, to preach the Gospel in Britain, ... Glastonburyderives its origin (says Camden) from Joseph of Arimathea, the same who buried Christ's body ; who, ...
  12. Horae Britannicae, Or, Studies in Ancient British History: ... - Page 10

    The monks of Glastonbury, in order to claim precedence, invented the tale ofJoseph of Ari- mathea and his companions ... in after times, to the fiction ofJoseph of Arimathea being the founder of Glastonbury, and the apostle of this country.
  13. The antiquarian and topographical cabinet: containing a ...

    GLASTONBURY ABBEY, according to Camden, derives its origin fromJoseph of Arimathea, the same woo huried the hody of Jesus Christ. Its ancient history is, however, involved in tales of monkish superstition, and though some troth may he ...
  14. The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ...

    1844 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    726, King Ina went to Rome, and there died, having built a monastery inGlastonbury, and dedicated it.' But in ... to be written ; but not one word ofJoseph of Arimathea, or of St. David, or of St. Patrick, so much vaunted of by the church of Rome.
  15. A History of the Church in England: From the Earliest ...

    CHAPTER I. THE BRITISH CHURCII : WAS IT FOUNDED BY ST. JOSEPHOF ARIMATHEA? ... The traditions of the church of Glastonbury itself declare that its first founder was St. Joseph of Arimathea. This it stated in its Chronicles; this it ...
  16. The Saturday Magazine - Volume 7 - Page 139

    1836 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    As those legends which attribute this Work to Joseph, have 5' particular reference to Glastonbury, and may be at least ... Accordingly he despatchcd twelve 0 his companions and Mlowers, and appointed Joseph of Arimathea, who not long ...
  17. Ancient reliques - Volume 3

    The following particulars relative to Glastonbury Abbey, ate in addition to the description already given in a1 former part of this? ... The chapel of St. Josephof Arimathea, contiguous to the west end of the great church, was 110 feet long, and ...
  18. British Monachism: Or, Manners and Customs of the Monks and ...

    Or, Manners and Customs of the Monks and Nuns of England Thomas Dudley Fosbroke ... and the Gift of Languages, with the twelve Apostles.b The arrival of Joseph of Arimathea at Glastonbury is supposed by Archbishop Usher to have been ...
  19. The Church History of Britain, from the Birth of Jesus ... - Page 13

    Thomas Fuller, ‎James Nicholas - 1842 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    The Jews, bearing an especial spite to Philip, (whether the apostle or deacon, uncertain,) Joseph of Arimathea, Lazarus, Mary ... manage,) in a desolate island, full of fens and brambles, called the Ynis-Witrin, since, by translation, "Glastonbury.
  20. The Saturday Magazine. Published Under the Direction of the ...

    1836 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    As those legends which attribute this work to Joseph, have a particular reference to Glastonbury, and may be at least ... Accordingly he despatched twelve 0 his companions and ibllowers, and appointed Joseph ofArimathea, who not long ...
  21. Weekly Orthodox Journal of Entertaining Christian Knowledge

    1832 - ‎Full view
    stretched out his right hand ; over these he appointed for chief his dear friend,Joseph of Arimathea, that buried our Lord. ... after there were buried: which place being since increased, and newly built by divers princes, was namedGlastonbury.
  22. The Beauties of England and Wales: Or Delineations, ... - Page 494

    Like Wells, Glastonbury is indebted for its origin to its monastic institutions, which claim the honour of having existed from a ... St Joseph of Arimathea, who buried the body of our Saviour, and whom Philip, the apostle of Gaul, sent to preach the ...
  23. Librarian, Being an Account of Scarce, Valuable, and Useful ...

    Ground Flan of Glastonbury Abbey. 34. Orthography, Section, and Ground Flan of the Abbot of Glastonbury's Kitchen. 35. Inside of Joseph ofArimathea's Chapel in the Abbey of Glastonbury. S6. Ruins of GlastonburyAbbey, 1723. 37. View of ...
  24. The Librarian; Being an Account of Scarce, Valuable, and ...

    James Savage - 1808 - ‎Full view
    Ground Plan of Glastonbury Abbey. 34. Orthography, Section, and Ground Flan of the Abbot of Glastonbury's Kitchen. 35. Inside of Joseph ofArimathea's Chapel in the Abbey of Glastonbury. 36. Ruins of GlastonburyAbbey, 1723. 37- View of ...
  25. The History of Cornwall: From the Earlist Records and ...

    Samuel Drew - 1824 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    INTRODUCTION OF CHRISTIANITY INTO BRITAIN BY JOSEPH OFARIMATHEA. that, soon after the Romans ... Whether this tradition be true or false, it is an undoubted fact, that Glastonbury has always been held in high repute on this ...
  26. The Church History of Britain: From the Birth of Jesus ... - Page 13

    The Jews, bearing an especial spite to Philip, (whether the apostle or deacon, uncertain,) Joseph of Arimathea, Lazarus, ... manage,) in a desolate island, full of fens and brambles, called the Ynis-Witrin, since, by translation, "Glastonbury.
  27. The picture of England: or, Historical and descriptive ...

    It has been said that the Abbey [188] of Glastonbury was instituted by St.Joseph of Arimathea ; but a tale so romantic is at present confined to the monkish annals in which it originated. The judicious now attribute the foundation to an ...
  28. Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest: ...

    Pere Gamache, in mentioning this ceremony, says, this blossoming thorn was much venerated by the English, because, in their traditions, they say. that St. Joseph of Arimathea brought to Glastonbury a thorn out of our Lord's crown, and ...
  29. The Gentleman's Magazine (London, England) - Volume 139 - Page 343

    1826 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    An History of the Abbey of Glaston ; and of the Town of Glastonbury. ... our attention ; as well as the S. E. view of Joseph of Arimathea's Chapel, the Abbey Kitchen and Barn, the Market Cross, and the Old George, Or Pilgrim's Inn, by Hollis.
  30. The beauties of England and Wales; or, Delineations... of ... - Page 490

    This town is situated in the Isle of Avalon, so called from its apples, or from Avallac, a British chief, said to have first pitched ... According to the monkish annals, Glastonbury abbey was first instituted by St. Joseph of Arimathea, who buried the ...
  31. Cathedral Antiquities: Wells, Exeter, and Worcester - Page 3

    Admitting, however, for the sake of argument, that a religious establishment actually existed at Glastonbury at the early period ... take the least notice of the monkish tale which attributes the foundation of Glastonbury to "Joseph of Arimathea.
  32. The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of ... - Page 3

    Admitting, however, for the sake of argument, that a religious establishment actually existed at Glastonbury at the early period ... take the least notice of the monkish tale which attributes the foundation of Glastonbury to " Josephof Arimathea.
  33. England's topographer, or A new and complete history of the ...

    being the festival of St. Eleutherius, one of the lessons records that, Lucius, a British king, wrote to hira, desiring that he ... in Britain, as it probably was long before ; for, although the legends of Joseph of Arimathea, and theGlastonbury thom, ...
  34. Church history of England, from the commencement of the ... - Page 2

    ... that Saint Joseph of Arimathea, with several companions and fellow-labourers, laid the foundation of the first christian church of this island, atGlastonbury, in Somersetshire, as both ancient monuments, the tradition of the British and Saxon ...
  35. Dodd's Church History of England from the Commencement of ...

    Charles Dodd, ‎Mark Aloysius Tierney - 1839 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    ... that Saint Joseph of Arimathea, with several companions and fellow-labourers, laid the foundation of the first christian church of this island, atGlastonbury, in Somersetshire, as both ancient monuments, the tradition of the British and Saxon ...
  36. The life of king Arthur [ed. by J. Frank.]. - Page 109

    Joseph Ritson, ‎Arthur (king.), ‎Joseph Frank (of Stockton-on-Tees) - 1825 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    Joseph Ritson, Arthur (king.) Joseph Frank (of Stockton-on-Tees) ...donation, in which he subscribes to the ancient privileges of the monastery ofGlastonbury, plainly affirms himself to have seen ... had, indisputably, forged, as they did the legend of Joseph of Arimathea, their pretended original founder, the charter of saint ...
  37. The History and Antiquities of Somersetshire: Being a ...

    Early religious state of Britain : Druids: Druidism. — 2. Introduction of Christianity into Britain by Joseph of Arimathea and his companions, who settle at Glastonbury. — 3. Lucius, King of Britain, protects the Christian Missionaries, and becomes ...
  38. The History and Antiquities of Somersetshire: pt. 1. The ... - Page 35

    1839 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    BOOK II. - CHAPTER I. 1 . Early religious state of Britain : Druids : Druidism. — 2. Introduction of Christianity into Britain by Joseph ofArimathea and his companions, who settle at Glastonbury. — 3. Lucius, King of Britain, protects the Christian ...
  39. Antiquarian and topographical cabinet, containing a series ...

    Gusroununv Abbey, according to Camden, derives its origin from Joseph ofArimathea, the same who buried the body of ... to go to the monastery ofGlastonbury, and dig for the corpse of St. Joseph, according to a divine revelation which he ...
  40. Examples of Gothic architecture, selected from various ... - Page 48

    During a long series of ages, Glastonbury Abbey was regarded with great veneration, as one of the earliest places, if not the ... a legend, of its being founded in the year 31, after our Lord's Passion, by Joseph of Arimathea, and twelve disciples.
  41. The Gentleman's Magazine - Volume 96, Part 1; Volume 139 - Page 427

    1826 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    As to Glastonbury itself being of ancient military occupation, it appears to be confirmed by the following paragraph from ... That the Monks have dressed up with sundry legends about Joseph of Arimathea, and with other embellishing fictions, ...
  42. The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle

    1826 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    As to Glastonbury itself being of ancient military occupation, it appears to be confirmed by the following paragraph from ... That the Monks have dressed up with sundry legends about Joseph of Arimathea, and with other embellishing fictions, ...
  43. The Gentleman's Magazine - Volume 139 - Page 427

    As to Glastonbury itself being of ancient military occupation, it appears to be confirmed by the following paragraph from ... That the Monks have dressed up with sundry legends about Joseph of Arimathea, and with other embellishing fictions, ...
  44. Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review

    1826 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    As to Glastonbury itself being of ancient military occupation, it appears to be confirmed by the following paragraph from ... That the Monks have dressed up with sundry legends about Joseph of Arimathea, and with other embellishing fictions, ...

    427 gerations have alone, in our judgment, thrown the historical facts into discredit As to Glastonbury itself being of ... That the Monks have dressed up with sundry legends about Joseph of Arimathea, and with other embellishing fictions, ...
  46. Flora Carolinćensis; Or, A Historical, Medical and ... - Page 460

    ... succeeded by fruit — and Glastonbury Thorn, this tree is said to have originally been the staff of Joseph of Arimathea, that noble counsellor who buried CHRIST. He, according to the tradition of the Abbey of Glastonbury, attended by eleven ...
  47. Examples of Gothic architecture: selected from various ...

    During a long series of ages, Glastonbury Abbey was regarded with great veneration, as one of the earliest places, if not ... on which was engraved a legend of its being founded in the year 31, after our Lord's Passion, byJoseph of Arimathea...
  48. A Topographical Dictionary of England: With Historical and ...

    GLASTONBURY, a market-town, having separate jurisdiction, locally in the hundred of Glaston-Twelve- Hides, county of ... It is chiefly distinguished for its celebrated abbey, said to have been originally founded by Joseph ofArimathea, whom ...
  49. Glastonbury abbey: its history and ruins - Page 13

    It was Christmas Day when they arrived in the Isle of Glassy Waters — the first ever held in England. Groups of natives that had ... "Whereupon Joseph, observing the uneasiness of his followers, planted his staff — his apostolic rod — in the earth. Then uplifting his ... Jesus is with us /" Forthwith the brotherhood were encouraged to work on with in- tenser zeal for the conversion of the natives. Amidst trials ...
  50. Saint Herbert's Isle: A Legendary Poem : in Five Cantos, ... - Page 120

    Who was this early Apostle 1 — was it Joseph of Arimathea'! (by one of the Phoenician ships) — there is a story at Glastonbury of his having visitedBritain. As a member of the Jewish Sanhedrim, might he not convey himself away to some ...
  51. Letters and miscellaneous papers by Barrč Charles Roberts; ...

    ... but instead of that a little arch at the west end to hang a couple of very small bells in, whose ropes are let down into the Church by holes bored through the roof of the middle isle ; these resemble Joseph Arimathea'sChurch at Glastonbury.
  52. History of England: Vol. I. Anglo Saxon Period - Page 236

    Dunstan, Abbot of Glastonbury, had, at an early period of his life, been admitted into that ancient monastery, which was then also a school or ...Joseph of Arimathea, as the legends taught, had founded the holy fane in the fated isle of Avalon.
  53. The History of the Reformation of the Church of England: ...

    The abbey of West minster being thus set up, some of the monks ofGlastonbury, who were yet alive, were put into it; and ... which would be a great honour to the memory of Joseph of Arimathea who lay there, whom they did heartily beseech to ...
  54. Bishop Burnet's History of the reformation of the Church of ...

    The abbey of Westminster being thus set up, some of the monks ofGlastonbury, who were yet alive, were put into it, And ... which would be a great honour to the memory of Joseph of Arimathea who lay there, whom they did heartily beseech to ...
  55. The Poetical Works: In Four Volumes - Volume 3 - Page 194

    The latter part of this Sonnet refers to a favourite notion of Catholic Writers, that Joseph of Arimathea and his companions brought Christianity intoBritain, and built a rude Church at Glastonbury; alluded to hereafter, ina passage upon the ...
  56. The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and ...

    It is highly probable that there were Christians in Britain even in the apostolic age; but by whom the gospel was first introduced, ... what William of Malmsbury has said upon the subject, in the beginning of his history of the church of Glastonbury. ... dear friend Joseph of Arimathea, and sent them into Britain : that coming hither in the sixty- third year after Christ's passion, he faithfully preached the * Antiqnit.
  57. Sylva Florifera: The Shrubbery Historically and Botanically ...

    We have also our Glastonbury thorn stories, to match those of our neighbours. Sanctified deceit affirmed, that this thorn was the identical staff ofJoseph of Arimathea, the counsellor, who buried Christ ; who, according to the tradition of the ...
  58. A History of Inventions and Discoveries: Alphabetically Arranged

    Glastonbury. This monastery was founded by St. Patrick in 425, on the site of an ancient church supposed to have been built by Joseph of Arimathea, who had been sent by Philip the Apostle of Gaul, about the year 64, to preach the gospel in ...
  59. The beauties of Wiltshire: displayed in statistical, ...

    ... which owed its origin to a Chapel and house of entertainment, erected by the monks of Glastonbury for the accommodation of pilgrims, when journeying to visit the shrines of Joseph of Arimathea and other saints at that famed monastery.
  60. A short view of the history of the Christian Church from its ... - Page 71

    Joseph Reeve. Sect. XII. Lucius, King of Great Britain. Mahcus Aurelius died in 180, and was succeeded by his son Commodus, a profligate arid giddy prince, in the twentieth year ... St. Joseph of Arimathea, with eleven Christian companions, is said, on plausible authority, though denied by others, to have landed in our island, and to have settled in a place called Avallonia, whereGlastonbury now stands.
  61. The Orthodox churchman's magazine; or, A Treasury of divine ...

    1808 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    But what, ye venerable shades of Glastonbury, what is become all this while of the healing virtue of your miraculous spring ... of the Romish saints, to rescue the honour of a place consecrated, according to the legends, byJoseph of Arimathea.
  62. The Christian Observer - Volume 25 - Page 388

    Josiah Pratt, ‎Zachary Macaulay - 1825 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    A curious antiquarian discovery was lately mndc within the ruins ofGlastonbury Abbey, by a party of gentlemen ... thorn, of Joseph ofArimathea ; but no visible evidence of its existence was known to remain, till the development of the crypt in ...
  63. The General Gazetteer: Or, Compendious Geographical ...

    65 52 N. Glastonbury, a town in Somersetshire, governed by a mayor, with a market on Tuesday. ... who visited the abbey, and to see the holy thorn, which was said to be planted by Joseph of Arimathea, and to blossom on Christmas eve.
  64. Encyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the ...

    1816 - ‎Full view
    The glassy deep. Dryden's Ćn. (i.) GLASTONBURY, a town of England, in Somersetshire, anciently called Avaloaia. See Avalonia. ... The monks pretend that it was the residence of Joseph of Arimathea, and of St Patrick. Ina king of the West ...
  65. The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire

    ... or wander about in covered wagons, among whom prayers are not offered up in the name of a crucified Jesus to the ... the monastery of Glastonbury, and whether Dionysius t" Joseph of Arlmathca founded the monastery ofGlastonbury, and ...
  66. Baptist Magazine and Literary Review - Volume 2 - Page 1

    1810 - ‎Full view - ‎More editions
    Certain Roman Catholics will have' it that Peter first preached the gospel to the Britons, but other Papists seem sure Joseph of Ariraathea was the man. That he built the first church at Glastonbury, and by direction from Gabriel, the Archangel, ...
  67. Morning Exercises for the Closet for Every Day in the Year: ... - Page 3

    William Jay - 1833 - ‎Full view
    Like the Glastonbury thorn, fabulously planted by Joseph of Arimathxa, it blooms in the depth of winter. ... the grave under the applause of nations, but as an heir of immortality, " looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life.
  68. Evening Exercises for the Closet: For Every Day in the Year - Page iv

    Like the Glastonbury thorn, fabulously planted by Joseph of Arimathasa, it blooms in the depth of winter. ... the grave under the applause of nations, but as an heir of immortality, "looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life.
  69. Standard Works of the Rev. William Jay ... Comprising All ...

    Like the Glastonbury thorn, fabulously planted by Joseph of ArimathEea, it blooms in the depth of winter. ... the grave under the applause of nations, but as an heir of immortality, " looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life



    Joseph of Arimathea: The Man Who Buried Jesus

    "Joseph of Arimathea" brings together modern research, ancient legends, and unique storytelling to trace the journey of Joseph of Arimathea from England to Palestine as he performs an annual pilgrimage there.
  2. Jesus Secret: The Unknown Life of Jesus - Page 113

    The Unknown Life of Jesus Robert Siblerud. “Joseph of Arimathea was quite wealthy. Early documents found in Glastonbury describe Joseph ofArimathea as a tin merchant who oversaw mining estates in England. Recorded in the 1601 ...
  3. Did Jesus Come to Britain?: An Investigation Into the ... - Page 9

    Glyn S. Lewis - 2008 - ‎Preview
    In order to discover if Jesus came to Britain with Joseph of Arimathea, it is first necessary to determine the relationship between them and to establish a reason for their coming to this land. According to the Talmud, the source from which Jewish ...
  4. The Encyclopedia of Religious Phenomena - Page 121

    Glastonbury Ronald Hutton, a historian of British Paganism, has identified the Giant with Denzil Holles, the first Baron Holles ... life not covered in the Bible, Jesus accompanied Joseph of Arimathea, supposedly his great uncle, to Glastonbury.
  5. Jesus and Mary - Page 94

    Though, in another incident, Jesus called upon a rich young man to give all that he had to the poor in order to gain the Kingdom of God ... Arimathea.Joseph of Arimathea is also an affluent follower of Jesus. And though he is mentioned in all four Gospels, each names him ... in Gaul, and thence Philip and Joseph continued north, over the English Channel, to what was then the Roman province of Britain.
  6. Joseph of Arimathea: A Study in Reception History - Page 100

    A small, thriving market town, Glastonbury is a major tourist attraction for Somerset, with one county brochure in 2012 noting that: 'The tradition thatJoseph of Arimathea, a Phoenician trader, brought the infant Jesus toGlastonbury two ...
  7. The Traditions of Glastonbury

    E. Raymond Capt - 1983 - ‎No preview
  8. The Holy Grail: The Legend, the History, the Evidence - Page 64

    a somewhat primitive diamond pattern, over a simple hole in the ground— the well of Saint Joseph. The second method of access is via a curious, winding stairway that has been sealed off recently by the proprietors ofGlastonbury Abbey for fear of visitors' injury. Although ... One of the other curiosities found on the south side of the Lady Chapel is the famous and enigmatic "Jesus/Maria" Stone, found ...
  9. Will the Real Israel Please Stand Up! - Page 95

    E. Raymond Capt112 gives evidence that Joseph of Arimathea was an international merchant working for the Roman Empire. This would ... Many traditions assert that Joseph and Jesus had homes in the area ofGlastonbury, England.



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