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Title The medieval cloister in England and Wales / edited by Martin Henig and John McNeill
Published [Abingdon, Oxon] : [Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group], [2017]
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Contents Chapter The Continental Context / John McNeill -- chapter The Cloister and Bishop's Palace at Old Sarum with Some Thoughts on the Origins and Meaning of Secular Cathedral Cloisters / John Montague -- chapter Cloisters in English Palaces in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries / Jeremy Ashbee -- chapter The Two Mid-Twelfth-Century Cloister Arcades at Canterbury Cathedral Priory / Tim Tatton-Brown -- chapter Benedictine and Augustinian Cloister Arcades of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries in England, Wales and Scotland / Stuart Harrison -- chapter Cistercian Cloisters in England and Wales Part I: Essay / David M. Robinson -- chapter Part II: Gazetteer / Stuart Harrison -- chapter Architecture and Meaning in Cistercian Eastern Ranges / Jackie Hall -- chapter Lincoln Cathedral Cloister / Jennifer S. Alexander -- chapter Experimental Architecture? Vaulting and West Country Cloisters in the Late Middle Ages / Linda Monckton -- chapter Religious Politics and the Cloister Bosses of Norwich Cathedral / Veronica Sekules -- chapter Reviews of Books -- chapter Annual Report of the Council for the Year Ended 31 December 2005 -- chapter Reginald Taylor and Lord Fletcher Essay Prize
Summary "This dedicated volume of the Journal of the British Archaeological Association draws together ten papers which, collectively, explore something of the art and architecture, styles and uses, of the medieval cloister in England and Wales. Contributors consider the continental context, cloisters in English palaces, Benedictine and Augustinian cloister arcades in the 12th and 13th centuries, architecture and meaning in Cistercian east ranges, late medieval vaulted cloisters in the West Country, cloisters at the cathedrals of Old Sarum, Canterbury, and Lincoln, and assess the extent to which the cloister bosses at Norwich cathedral priory reflect contemporary religious politics. The volume also contains an extended consideration and gazetteer of all Cistercian cloisters in England and Wales."
Notes "This volume ... has its origins in a conference held at Rewley House, Oxford, on 2-4 April 2004"--Preface
Issued as v. 159 of the Journal of the British Archaeological Association
Originally published in 2006 by Maney Publishing
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 13, 2017)
Subject Architecture, Medieval -- England -- Congresses
Architecture, Medieval -- Wales -- Congresses
Church architecture -- England -- History -- To 1500 -- Congresses
Church architecture -- Wales -- History -- To 1500 -- Congresses
Cloisters (Architecture) -- England -- History -- To 1500 -- Congresses
Cloisters (Architecture) -- Wales -- History -- To 1500 -- Congresses
ARCHITECTURE -- Buildings -- Religious.
Architecture, Medieval.
Church architecture.
Cloisters (Architecture)
England.
Wales.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
History.
Form Electronic book
Author Henig, Martin, editor.
McNeill, John, 1957- editor.
British Archaeological Association.
ISBN 1351195050
1351195077
9781351195058
9781351195072
OTHER TI Journal of the British Archaeological Association. v. 159 (2006)