The ecclesiastical, castellated, and domestic architecture of England: from the Norman era to the sixteenth century. Illustrated by the best existing examples in the County of Essex. With plans, elevations, sections, details, and exterior and interior views, from a series of original measured drawings, with architectural and chronological descriptions
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13 feet abacus adapted for modern arch mouldings base mouldings beautiful buttresses cap and base CASTLE HEDINGHAM centre Chancel arch Chapel chapter house Cljurrij corbel cusps decorated style diameter dimensions east of Chelmsford east to west east window Edward III ESSEX exterior elevation feet 3 inches feet 6 inches fire-place given on Plate ground plan Henry III Henry IV interior jamb and arch Jamb Mouldings jj jj label larger scale left-hand jamb letters of reference miles north-east mullion Nave and Aisles Nave and Chancel north Aisle north side Number perpendicular style pillar to pillar pillars and responds piscina Plate LXV represents a vertical represents an elevation represents one half represents the base represents the elevation represents the exterior represents the plan ribs roof Roxwell sedilia shafts shows the plan sill soffite south Aisle south doorways south porch south side Tower tracery two-light window vertical section west end west respond width