The Medieval Art, Architecture and History of Bristol Cathedral: An Enigma Explored - Bristol Studies in Medieval Cultures (Hardback)Beth Williamson (author of contributions,editor), Cathy Oakes (author of contributions), Christopher Wilson (author of contributions), James G. Clark (author of contributions), John McNeill (author of contributions), Jon Cannon (author of contributions,editor), Joseph Bettey (author of contributions), Julian Luxford (author of contributions)
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Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
Number of pages: 376
Weight: 1124 g
Dimensions: 244 x 172 x 30 mm
Its main strength is to be found in the close attention it pays to the twin issues of the rich architectural creativity at Bristol in the early fourteenth century and the role of secular patronage in such creativity. * ANNUAL BULLETIN OF HISTORICAL LITERATURE *
A major contribution to knowledge, beautifully produced. * TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL & GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY *
All with interest in the middle ages could enjoy these ten well-illustrated architectural detective stories. * BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY *
A valuable work in well-researched detail that greatly advances our knowledge. * CHURCH TIMES *
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