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Getting to Know Your Neighborhood: Brighton | BU Today | Boston University
Etymology[ edit ] Brighton's earliest name was Bristelmestune, recorded in the Domesday Book. Although more than 40 variations have been documented, Brighthelmstone or Brighthelmston was the standard rendering between the 14th and 18th centuries. The town was originally split in half by the Wellesbourne, a winterbourne which was culverted and buried in the 18th century. Archaeologists have only partially explored it, but have found numerous burial mounds , tools and bones, suggesting it was a place of some importance.
Shortly afterwards, it was granted to the Cluniac priory in nearby Lewes. The higher ground of the hill where the present church stands would have been better strategically and defensively, as well as being highly visible to residents of the village and the fishermen at sea. Nicholas church dates from the midth century, although the tower that was built at that time used some stones of Norman origin, which may have come from the original church. Also, a font from that period is preserved within the church. Early additions include a chantry , dating from the 15th century; these additional chapels were relatively common at that time.
Getting to Know Your Neighborhood: Photos by BU Photography Home to many Boston University and Boston College students, young professionals, and families, Brighton offers numerous pubs and ethnic restaurants, with many affordable options for a leisurely afternoon or a night out on the town. First settled by Europeans in , the area was originally part of Watertown. In , Brighton officially became a neighborhood of the city of Boston.