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Sarum

Sarum generally refers to either of two cities in Wiltshire, England, in the United Kingdom:

It may also refer to:

Contents

  • Places 1
  • Clothing 2
  • Religion 3
  • Art, entertainment, and media 4

Places

  • Sarum, a historic house in Newport, Maryland, in the United States
  • Sarum Chase, a historic house built by Frank O. Salisbiry in London in the United Kingdom
  • Sirmaniyah or Sarmin, two villages in Syria identified as the possible birthplace of the Catholic saint John Maron

Clothing

  • Sarum, a style of cassock that is double-breasted with three buttons

Religion

  • Sarum Rite, the major liturgical rite in England prior to the English Reformation
  • Sarum, liturgical colours used in the Sarum Rite

Art, entertainment, and media

  • Sarum (novel), a 1987 work of historical fiction by Edward Rutherfurd
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