1st Edition

Cardiff Architecture and Archaeology in the Medieval Diocese of Llandaff

By John R. Kenyon Copyright 2006
    232 Pages
    by Routledge

    240 Pages
    by Routledge

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    This book acts as a stimulus to further debate and discussion about the archaeology and architecture of the medieval diocese of Llandaff. It presents work at Cardiff and Skenfrith castles and focuses on buildings at Caldicot and Raglan.

    1. Roman Art and the Culture of South-East Wales 2. The Early Church in South-East Wales 3. Early Medieval Llandaff: The Evidence of the Early Christian Monuments 4. Cardiff before 1300 5. The Painted Decoration of Ewenny Priory and the Development of Romanesque Altar Imagery 6. The Early Gothic Fabric of Llandaff Cathedral and its Place in the West Country School of Masons 7. The Thirteenth-Century Cloister Arcade at Tintern Abbey 8. Later Gothic Architecture in South Wales 9. Two Fourteenth-Century Tomb Monuments at Abergavenny and the Mournful End of the Hastings Earls of Pembroke 10. Three Rood-Screens in South-East Wales 11. Post-Medieval Building Work in Churches of the Diocese of Llandaff: The Architectural Evidence


    John R. Kenyon and Diane M. Williams