The Cirencester Area: Proceedings of the 134th Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute, 1988
Royal Archaeological Institute, 1988 - Church architecture - 80 pages
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Roman Gloucestershire By Alan McWhirr
AngloSaxon and PostConquest Churches
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Abbey alterations Anglo-Saxon appears Archaeological architectural barn Barnsley Park bays Berkeley Beverston Beverston Castle Bibury block Bristol building built Burford castle central tower chancel chapel Chavenage Chedworth Chipping Campden church Cirencester Cirencester area clerestory Coln Rogers corbel Cotswold District Council Cotswolds country house Court cowhouse cruck Daglingworth decoration detail door doorway early east eighteenth century excavations Fairford Farm feature fourteenth century Frocester front gables garden Gloucester Gloucestershire Gothick ground floor hall Keeper's House Langford late later limestone Malmesbury Manor masonry medieval nave Newark Park NICHOLAS COOPER nineteenth century north aisle north arcade Northleach Old Sarum original Painswick parish piers pilasters prisons probably range rebuilding region remains Rogers Roman Romanesque roof Royal Archaeological Institute Saxon seventeenth century shafts Sherborne side sixteenth century south porch St Mary stone storey surviving thirteenth century tower arch tracery transept twelfth-century valley vault villa wall western Winchcombe Abbey