This book demonstrates success of the academically-concentrated conferences studying important medieval buildings and their associated art and archaeology in a cathedral city or town, which had been initiated by Dr R. D. H. Gem at Worcester in 1975.
Table of Contents
1. Rouen from 900 to 1204: From Scandinavian Settlement to Angevin ‘Capital’ 2. La ré-occupation planifiée de la Cité de Rouen au haut Moyen Age 3. Le groupe épiscopal de Rouen du IVe au Xe siècle 4. Les vestiges romans de l’ancienne priorale Saint-Gervais de Rouen 5. The Romanesque Sculpted Arch at Montivilliers: Episodes from the Story of David 6. The Figural Capitals of the Chapterhouse of Saint-Georges-de-Boscherville 7. The Wall-Paintings of the Petit-Quevilly 8. Rouen Cathedral, 1200-1237 9. Some Medieval Ironwork in North-East France 10. Early Fourteenth-Century Canopywork in Rouen Stained Glass 11. The Export of Decorated Floor Tiles from Normandy 12. John, Duke of Bedford, as Patron in Lancastrian Rouen 13. The Shrewsbury Book, British Library, Royal MS 15 E. VI