The Architecture of the Anglo-Saxons

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Holmes & Meier, 1983 - Architecture - 192 pages
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Towns and Fortifications
Church Building in the Kingdoms of Kent Essex and Wessex

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Aachen Abbey aisles altar Anglo-Norman Anglo-Saxon Anglo-Saxon architecture Anglo-Saxon Chronicle Anglo-Saxon England apse arcade architecture Athelney Auxerre Barnack Barton-on-Humber basilica Bede bishop Bradford-on-Avon Bradwell-on-Sea Breamore Britford Brixworth building built burh Caen Cambridgeshire Canterbury Canterbury Cathedral Carolingian Carolingian Empire cathedral chamber chamfered chancel chancel arch chapel choir church Cirencester Clapham Cologne compound piers corbel Corvey crossing crypt Danelaw decoration Deerhurst doorway Eadmer Earls Barton early east end eastern Ecgfrith Eddius Edward the Confessor eighth century eleventh century England Escomb examples excavated Ezinge flanking Frankish gallery Gaul Gernrode Glastonbury Hadstock half-shaft Hexham Hildesheim imposts Jarrow JBAA Jumieges Kent king kingdom of Kent late tenth Lincolnshire Loire Valley Lotharingia Lyminge masonry Mercia Milborne Port Minster Minster-in-Sheppey monastery monastic Monkwearmouth nave ninth Norman Normandy North Elmham Northamptonshire Northumbria Odda's Chapel Old Minster Oswald parallel Paxton period piers pilasters Plan plinth porticus quoins rectangular Reculver Regularis Concordia Reims Repton Roman Roman Britain Romanesque Romanesque Architecture Romano-British sanctuary Saxon seventh Sherborne soffit Speyer square St Peter storey Stow stripwork surviving Taylor tenth century tower transept Tredington voussoirs wall Wareham Wessex west end West Stow western Westminster Abbey westwork Wiglaf William of Malmesbury Winchester Yeavering

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