Studies in English pre-Romanesque and Romanesque architecture, Volume 2
This volume completes the publication of a collection of Richard Gem's archaeological and architectural assessments of English ecclesiastical architecture between the 7th and 12th centuries. Volume II, which has been published and must be bought separately despite the continued pagination and chapter numbers, focuses on the Romanesque period and includes such buildings as Westminster Abbey's Romanesque phase, Canterbury, St Paul's Cathedral, Chichester and Winchester Cathedrals, Lincoln Minster, Knights Templar churches, and others. Volume I focuses on Anglo-Saxon and Pre-Romanesque styles and buildings. The introduction and chapter list are published in Volume I. Volume II Contents: England and the Resistance to Romanesque Architecture; The Romanesque Rebuilding of Westminster Abbey; The Significance of the 11th-Century Rebuilding of Christ Church and St Augustine's, Canterbury, in the Development of Romanesque Architecture; Canterbury and the Cushion Capital: a Commentary on Passages from Goscelin's de miraculis sancti Augustini; The Romanesque Architecture of Old St Paul's Cathedral and its Late 11th-Century Context; Chichester Cathedral: When was the Romanesque Church Begun; The Romanesque Cathedral of Winchester: Patron and Design in the 11th Century; The First Romanesque Cathedral of Old Salisbury; Bishop Wulfstan II and the Romanesque Cathedral Church of Worcester; The Bishop's Chapel at Hereford: the Roles of Patron and Craftsman; Lincoln Minster: Ecclesia Pulchra, Ecclesia Fortis; Romanesque Architecture in Chester c. 1075 to 1117; The English Parish Church in the 11th and 12th Centuries: a 'Great Rebuilding': The Early Romanesque Tower of Sompting Church, Sussex; An Early Church of the Knights Templars at Shipley, Sussex; The Church of St Michael and St Mary, Melbourne, Derbyshire; Additional Notes; Index.
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