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Anglo-Saxon Anglo-Saxon architecture apse arcade architectural Baldwin Brown Barton-on-Humber belfry blocked Brixworth built carved century chamber chamfered chancel chancel-arch chapel church of St circular County Durham DIMENSIONS The nave double-splayed windows dressed stone east wall eastern Escomb externally fabric feature flint floor ft 9 ft high ft tall ft wide Gloucestershire height Hexham hood-mould imposts jambs Jarrow late-Saxon later Lincolnshire lower Map sheet Monkwearmouth narrow nave nave and chancel Norman north aisle north and south north wall Northamptonshire opening ornament outer face period C3 pilaster-strips pilasters plain square plaster plinth porticus pre-Conquest quoins rectangular reference round rubble Saxon shows side walls side-alternate sill slabs soffit south doorway south face south porch south wall south window splayed St Augustine's Abbey St Mary St Peter string-course strip-work survived through-stones tower-arch transept upper voussoirs walls 2 ft west doorway west face west tower west wall western quoins