Architecture and Sculpture in Early Britain: Celtic, Saxon, Norman

Architecture and Sculpture in Early Britain: Celtic, Saxon, Norman

The Viking Press | 1967 | ISBN: N/A | English | 366 Pages | PDF | 119 MB

The achievements of the Romanesque style-often referred to in Britain as Saxon and Norman-can in many ways be more fully appreciated in Britain than anywhere else in Europe. No other country can boast such a magnificent series of cathedrals built between the late 11th century and 1300: Durham, Winchester, Ely, Peterborough, Norwich, Chichester, Rochester, to name some of the finest. Hardly less imposing are the abbeys and priories now used as parish churches: Southwell, Christchurch, Worksop, Blyth, Romsey and many more. And hundreds of smaller churches survive all over the country, from Kilpeck in Herefordshire to Barfreston in Kent. Now nearly nine hundred years old, they have grown into the English countryside and have become an integral part of British culture and history.

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