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Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in Cracow and Lesser Poland

Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in Cracow and Lesser Poland

1st Edition

By Agnieszka Roznowska-Sadraei
September 09, 2014

This book explores the medieval art, architecture and archaeology of the city of Cracow and the surrounding region of Lesser Poland. It highlights the role of Cracow and Lesser Poland as a vibrant artistic centre fostering links with Italy, Bohemia, Germany and France....

Newcastle and Northumberland Roman and Medieval Architecture and Art

Newcastle and Northumberland: Roman and Medieval Architecture and Art

1st Edition

By Jeremy Ashbee
April 28, 2013

This book is an outcome of the summer conference on the theme Newcastle and Northumberland. It examines the heritage of north-eastern England ranging from the sculpture of the Roman occupation through the monuments and architecture of the Anglo-Saxon and Norman periods....

The Medieval Chantry in England

The Medieval Chantry in England

1st Edition

By Julian M. Luxford
September 01, 2011

Chantries were religious institutions endowed with land, goods and money. At their heart was the performance of a daily mass for the spiritual benefit of their founders, and the souls of all faithful dead. To Church reformers, they exemplified some of medieval Catholicism’s most egregious errors; ...

Coventry Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in the City and Its Vicinity

Coventry: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in the City and Its Vicinity

1st Edition

By Linda Monckton
November 01, 2010

This book is an outcome of the British archaeological association conference on Medieval Art, architecture and archaeology in the city and its vicinity in 2007. It addresses the rehabilitation of Coventry's medieval past and describes the evolution of archaeological enquiry....

Prague and Bohemia Medieval Art, Architecture and Cultural Exchange in Central Europe

Prague and Bohemia: Medieval Art, Architecture and Cultural Exchange in Central Europe

1st Edition

By Zoe Opacic
May 21, 2009

This book explores the remarkable flourishing of art and architecture in Bohemia, and Prague as it became the political centre of Charles IV's Holy Roman Empire. It focuses on cultural exchange and the links that can be traced through the artwork across Europe....

King's Lynn and the Fens Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology

King's Lynn and the Fens: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology

1st Edition

By John McNeill
September 01, 2008

This book is an outcome of the British archaeological association conference on Medieval Art, architecture and archaeology in King's Lynn and the Fens in 2005. It focuses particularly on the themes of landscapes and parish churches, with a contrast between the great aristocratic and monastic sites....

Mainz and the Middle Rhine Valley: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology: Volume 30 Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology

Mainz and the Middle Rhine Valley: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology: Volume 30: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology

1st Edition

By Ute Engel
December 01, 2007

This book explores the medieval art, architecture, and archaeology of the city of Mainz and of the middle Rhine valley. It considers the architecture and archaeology of the early medieval and Romanesque period, including the Carolingian monastery of Lorsch and the cathedrals of Mainz and Worms....

Cardiff Architecture and Archaeology in the Medieval Diocese of Llandaff

Cardiff: Architecture and Archaeology in the Medieval Diocese of Llandaff

1st Edition

By John R. Kenyon
July 01, 2006

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....

Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rochester Vol. 28

Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rochester Vol. 28

1st Edition

By Tim Ayers
May 01, 2006

This collection of papers demonstrates the interest of these buildings, their furnishings, and historical and archaeological contexts. It also covers shrines, monuments, woodwork and seals....

Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rochester: v. 28

Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rochester: v. 28

1st Edition

By Tim Ayers
May 01, 2006

This collection of papers, first delivered at the BAA's annual conference in 2002, celebrates medieval Rochester, including both cathedral and castle, an outstanding pair of surviving monuments to the power of contemporary church and state. The contributions demonstrate the great interest of these ...

Carlisle and Cumbria Roman and Medieval Architecture, Art and Archaeology

Carlisle and Cumbria: Roman and Medieval Architecture, Art and Archaeology

1st Edition

By Mike McCarthy
December 01, 2004

This book compiles the papers presented at the British Archaeological association conference held in 2001, which concentrated on the Roman and medieval art, architecture and archaeology of the city and county. It provides scholars with a firm baseline for future research in this area....

Anjou Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology

Anjou: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology

1st Edition

By John McNeill
March 01, 2003

This volume serves as an essential reference for new thoughts, interpretation and discussion of the rich architectural and archaeological heritage of Anjou. It outlines the development of building techniques in Anjou and Touraine, and concentrates on the medieval period....

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