architectural history of Canterbury Cathedral

by Willis, Robert

Publisher: Longman, Publisher: W. Pickering, Publisher: G. Bell in London

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Statementby the Rev. R. Willis.
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Free shipping for many products. This is a lavishly illustrated history of Britain's greatest cathedral from its Anglo-Saxon origins to the late twentieth century. Seven chronological chapters tell the fascinating story of Canterbury fromwhile a further five thematic chapters discuss the Cathedral School, the Archives and Library, the liturgy and music, and the monuments within the Cathedral.

The Architectural History of Canterbury Cathedral really liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published — 16 editions Want to Read saving /5. In the (now destroyed) Guildhall at Canterbury, at 8 p.m.

on 11 SeptemberWillis presented a paper to the inaugural congress of the newly founded British Archaeological Association. Published the following year, his account of Canterbury Cathedral was the first book ever to be defined by its author as an ‘architectural history’.

The Architectural History of Canterbury Cathedral - Primary Source Edition by Robert Willis,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Mair, "The Choir Capitals of Canterbury Cathedral, ," Medieval Art and Architecture at Canterbury before, Mair The Choir Capitals of Canterbury Cathedral, This book reproduces the text of the original edition.

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Canterbury Cathedral, at the heart of the Church in England since the arrival of Augustine in Kent in C.E., is remarkable for its extent, beauty and importance, for the variety of its architectural styles and the many structural changes which it has undergone over the years.3/5(1).

"From the time of the foundation of its cathedral inCanterbury has been the epicentre of Britain's ecclesiastical history, and an exceptionally important centre for architectural and visual : Alixe Bovey.

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We expect to. Architecture of Canterbury Cathedral. Foyle, Jonathan. Scala Publishers pages $ NA Foyle, an architectural historian, curator, writer, and broadcaster, describes the history and architecture of Canterbury Cathedral in England. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

Robert Willis () and the Foundation of Architectural History Starting with Canterbury, inover the course of his career, he investigated almost every English cathedral and developed an approach, combining documentary and Cited by: 4.

Book your tickets online for Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury: See 6, reviews, articles, and 4, photos of Canterbury Cathedral, ranked No.3 on Tripadvisor /5(K). The architectural history of the conventual buildings of the monastery of Christ Church in Canterbury, considered in relation to the monastic life and rules, drawn up from personal surveys and original documentary research by Willis, Robert 1 edition.

The Architectural History of Canterbury Cathedral by R Willis (London, ) The new work at Canterbury was similar to French architecture of the same period, such as the cathedral of Chartres. Cressida Williams leads the staff team of the Cathedral Archives and Library, which cares for the manuscript and book collection of the Cathedral and other local organisations.

Having qualified as an archivist inshe is particularly interested in medieval charters and seals, as well as architectural records. Constructed ca. under Archbishop lanfranc, rebuilt after a disastrous fire inand continually expanded and remodelled between andthe magnificent late-Gothic building has attracted the attention of several architectural historians, most recently Francis Woodman, The Architectural History of Canterbury Cathedral ( Book Excerpt s in the science and art of architecture.

Hence it is that Canterbury Cathedral is a history, written in solid stone, of architectural progress, illustrating in itself almost all the various kinds of the style commonly called Pointed. Architectural History vol Kahn, Deborah () Canterbury Cathedral and its Romanesque sculpture (University of Texas Press) Kellys () Kelly's Directory for Canterbury.

Kent Messenger Group () Images of Canterbury, Breedon Books. Knowles, David () Saints and scholars, CUP. Lang-Sims, Louis () Canterbury Cathedral, Cassell.

Canterbury Cathedral, at the heart of the Church in England since the arrival of Augustine in Kent in C.E., is remarkable for its extent, beauty and importance, for the variety of its architectural styles and the many structural changes which it has undergone over the years.

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The Saxon cathedral, much enlarged over the years, burnt down in Its replacement suffered a similar fate into be rebuilt again. As a result, the modern visitor is presented with a confusing historical patchwork which needs some explanation. Eadmer the. 8 Comprising a ‘Design for a gothic altar piece and screen, intended to be executed in Salisbury Cathedral, introducing the view of Bishop Poore’s monument, founder of the said church, into the choir, which at present is visible only in the north aisle’.

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