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ENGLAND IN THE MIDDLE AGES 89
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Abbey aisles angle Anglian Anglo-Saxon appear apse apsidioles arcades arches architecture Bayeux Tapestry became bell-tower Benedictine bifora builders built buttresses Byzantine Byzantine architecture Canterbury Cathedral castle Cathedral chamber chancel chapel choir choir screen Cistercian clerestory cloister compound pier Conquest constructed cruciform cruck developed doorway east eastern Edwardian period elaborate eleventh century employed England English entrance erected example feature fifteenth century flanked floor fortified galleries gatehouse Gothic hall important known late mediaeval later Lincoln Cathedral magnificent masonry masons mediaeval mediaeval period Miss M. E. Wood monasteries monastic houses monks motte-and-bailey moulding nave Norman original ornament Ottonian palaces parish churches piers pillars Plate porch portion presbytery primitive principal probably refectory Roman roof rubble screen side span square stair stone storey structure style supported surrounded thirteenth century timber transept turrets twelfth century upper vaulting wall western window wooden