Late Churches and Chapels in Berkshire: A Geological Perspective from the Late Eighteenth Century to the First World War
This monograph set out to reveal what an essentially geological analysis could tell about the churches and Nonconformist chapels that appeared so abundantly in the county of Berkshire, England, between the late eighteenth century and the First World War. In an attempt to understand the geological evidence, however, the work inevitably strays into other fields.
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CHAPTER TWO CARBONIFEROUS LIMESTONES SERIES
CHAPTER FOUR GREAT OOLITE SERIES MIDDLE JURASSIC
CHAPTER FIVE CORALLIAN UPPER JURASSIC SANDSTONE
CHAPTER SIX CORALLIAN UPPER JURASSIC LIMESTONES
CHAPTER SEVEN PORTLAND AND PURBECK GROUPS
CHAPTER ELEVEN SARSEN STONE PALAEOGENE
CHAPTER THIRTEEN EXTERNAL DECORATION
CHAPTER FOURTEEN A CONCLUDING SYNTHESIS
INDEX OF BUILDINGS AND PLACES