Vol. 09:  Romanesque Yorkshire

Vol. 09: Romanesque Yorkshire

Whereas Pevsner described architecture after the Conquest as 'Norman' and 'late Norman', the inclusive term preferred nowadays would be Romanesque; in England this covers the period 1066 to 1200. 

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In England, the architectural term ‘Romanesque’ (Norman) covers the period 1066 to 1200. This volume provides a guide to the notable Romanesque remains to be found in Yorkshire. The volume first provides a 31-page introduction and glossary of architectural terms, with a location map of Romanesque sites in Yorkshire. This is followed by an alphabetical gazetteer that lists over 300 sites with appreciable Romanesque remains.

  • Size 297 x 210mm
  • Format Paperback
  • Pages 272
  • ISBN 9781903564868
  • Author Rita Wood
  • Illustrations mono
  • Year 2012

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