The Queen's College, Oxford

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Queen's College, İngiltere'deki Oxford Üniversitesi'nin kurucu bir kolejidir. Kolej 1341 yılında Robert de Eglesfield tarafından Hainault Kraliçesi Philippa'nın ( İngiltere Kralı III. Edward'ın karısı) onuruna kuruldu. Sir Christopher Wren ve Nicholas Hawksmoor tarafından tasarlanan binaları içeren ağırlıklı olarak neoklasik mimarisi ile ayırt edilir. High Street'teki ana giriş, 1709-1759 yılları arasında inşa edilen ön avluya açılmaktadır. Doğu ve batı taraflarında simetrik sıralar bulunurken, avlunun arkasında şapel ve salonu içeren bir yapı vardır.[ 4] Nicholas Hawksmoor, doğrudan kullanılmayan ancak nihai tasarımı büyük ölçüde etkileyen bir dizi tasarım sağladı. Kolej girişinin üstündeki kubbede, heykeltıraş Henry Cheere tarafından Ansbach'lı Caroline'in (II. George'un karısı) bir heykeli; 'Carolina Regina, 12 Kasım 1733' efsanesi, High Street'ten görülebilen paravan duvarının temel taşının döşenmesinde bulunabilir.[4] 2018'de kolej 291 milyon sterlinlik bir bağışa sahipti [1] bu da onu dördüncü en zengin kolej haline getirdi ( Christ Church, St. John's ve All Souls'dan sonra ).

Kraliçe Koleji'nin Ön Dörtlü
Şapel, Frobenius organına bakıyor
Barok Üst Kitaplık (feat. C18 Senex kürelerinden biri)

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  1. ^ "The Queen's College Oxford : Annual Report and Financial Statements : Year ended 31 July 2018" (PDF). ox.ac.uk. s. 20. 15 Şubat 2019 tarihinde kaynağından (PDF) arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 5 Mart 2019. 
  2. ^ "Wilfred Bion - melanie klein trust". melanie-klein-trust.org.uk. 9 Temmuz 2012 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. 
  3. ^ "Archived copy". 26 Temmuz 2011 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 15 Nisan 2011. 

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