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Medieval Archaeology, Art and Architecture at Chester

Medieval Archaeology, Art and Architecture at Chester

1st Edition

By Alan Thacker
March 29, 2000

This volume is a compilation of papers presented in British Archaeological Association's annual conference in 1992. It focuses on the long tradition of archaeological and historical enquiry which has provided a framework for understanding Chester's development from the Roman period....

Medieval Art and Architecture in the Diocese of Glasgow

Medieval Art and Architecture in the Diocese of Glasgow

1st Edition

By Richard Fawcett
December 31, 1998

This volume includes many of the papers given at the 1997 conference of the British Archaeological Association. It focuses on aspects of patronage, the wider architectural context of the cathedral, and on the Romaneque sculpture and manuscripts with the diocese....

Bury St. Edmunds Medieval Art, Architecture, Archaeology and Economy

Bury St. Edmunds: Medieval Art, Architecture, Archaeology and Economy

1st Edition

By Antonia Gransden
December 01, 1998

Almost the Richest City Bristol in the Middle Ages

Almost the Richest City: Bristol in the Middle Ages

1st Edition

By Lawrence Keen
December 31, 1997

This book explores the international trade of Bristol and its documentary and archaeological evidence, and offers a radical new interpretation for its early development. It is based on the conference held, from 20 to 24 July 1996, at Badcock Hall, University of Bristol....

Utrecht Britain and the Continent - Archaeology, Art and Architecture

Utrecht: Britain and the Continent - Archaeology, Art and Architecture

1st Edition

By Elisabeth De Bievre
December 01, 1996

This book presents the latest research on the cities monuments from the arrival of Willibrord and Boniface and the establishment of the Bishopric. It focuses on 12th century sculptural iconography, manuscript production, fonts, secular architecture and the Gothic cathedral....

Yorkshire Monasticism Archaeology, Art and Architecture from the 7th to 16th Centuries

Yorkshire Monasticism: Archaeology, Art and Architecture from the 7th to 16th Centuries

1st Edition

By Lawrence R. Hoey
December 01, 1995

This book reviews the research that has been generated by the Abbey complex on the eastern cliff-top, and relates it to the 'heritage' context, the subject of a major new initiative by English Heritage and Scarborough Borough Council....

Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rouen

Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rouen

1st Edition

By Jenny Stratford
July 15, 1993

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....

Mediaeval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in London

Mediaeval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in London

1st Edition

By Lindy Grant
December 01, 1990

This book contains papers on various topics including the contribution of archaeology for understanding re-Norman London; medieval and Tudor domestic buildings in the city of London; shops and shopping in medieval London; and the Romanesque architecture of Old St Paul's Cathedral....

Mediaeval Art and Architecture in the East Riding of Yorkshire

Mediaeval Art and Architecture in the East Riding of Yorkshire

1st Edition

By Christopher Wilson
July 01, 1989

The conference proceedings and transactions of the British Archaeological Association Conference for the year 1983. With focus on the topic of Medieval Art and Architecture in the East Riding of Yorkshire....

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