Today being the feast of St Bartholomew seems a good day on which to post this picture of the Chapel dedicated to him at Bartlemas here in Oxford. It is one of the oldest possessions of Oriel, being acquired by our original founder Adam de Brome.
How Adam de Brome obtained it can be read in this article from Wikipedia, together with a history of the hospital and site. There is more about it and other pictures in this article from the parish of St Mary and St John, Cowley Road who have cared for it since 1913.
I have always regretted that Oriel does not make more of the historic link with Bartlemas, which is otherwise just viewed as the college sports ground. Too often it seemed to be treated as an asset to be realised rather than treasured.