Thirteenth-century domestic architecture in England
Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1950 - Architecture, Domestic - 150 pages
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13th cent 13th-century aisled hall angle arcade ashlar Aydon basement blocked Boothby Pagnell building buttress Castle cellar central century chamfered chamfered jambs chamfered two-centred chapel Charney Basset chimney Clarendon corbels cross-wing Domestic Architecture doorway entrance fireplace first-floor hall flanked floor gable garderobe Geddington Godmersham ground ground-floor hall hall window hollow-chamfered hood inserted jamb-shafts King Henry king's kitchen lancets later Little Chesterford Little Wenham loop Luddesdown manor-house Martock Middle Ages modern mullion N.B.R. photographs Nassington oblong Old Soar original Owermoigne Palace pointed-trefoiled porch probably projection quadripartite bays quatrefoil rebated recess References remains ribs Roll roll-moulded Romsey roof scroll segmental segmental-pointed rear-arch semi-circular shafts shouldered lintel side wall similar splayed jambs square staircase Stokesay stone string-course Sussex Temple Manor Tollard Royal tower tracery trefoiled Turner and Parker two-centred arch two-centred head two-light window undercroft upper vault West Dean West Tarring Winchester wing