Yorkshire monasticism: archaeology, art and architecture, from the 7th to 16th centuries

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W.S. Maney, 1995 - Architecture - 153 pages
Contents include: Anglo-Saxon and Later Whitby (Philip Rahtz); Antiquaries and Archaeology in and around Ripon Minster (R. A. Hall); The Early Monastic Church of Lastingham (Richard Gem and Malcolm Thurlby); The Romanesque Church of Selby Abbey (Eric Fernie); Observations on the Romanesque Crossing Tower, Transepts and Nave Aisles of Selby Abbey (Stuart Harrison and Malcolm Thurlby); Some Design Aspects of Kirkstall Abbey (Malcolm Thurlby); The 13th-century Choir and Transepts of Rivaulx Abbey (Lawrence R. Hoey).

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Contents

The Early Monastic Church of Lastingham
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Observations on the Romanesque Crossing Tower Transepts and Nave Aisles
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The 12thCentury Tracery and Rose Window
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