The Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God MDCCCXLVI – St. Giles' Church

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The Oxford Almanack is a broadside printed annually to circulate a university calendar and has been published since 1674. This 1846 example includes an image of St. Giles' Church, built in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries and located in North Oxford at the confluence of St. Giles' and Woodstock Roads. The calendar below is flanked by lists of British monarchs and officers of the university.

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