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Medieval church architecture

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Decorated-era crocketed ogee arches at Beverley Minster

It was the lucky inheritance of a pile of Victorian and early C20 handbooks which served as my way in to the inexhaustibly rewarding subject of medieval architectural style. Now (ie from this week!) my new Shire handbook makes a very attractive modern equivalent. For more details have a look at the relevant page in the Buy My Books section of this website: https://joncannon.wordpress.com/my-writing/medieval-church-architecture/

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