Sacred and Mediaeval Architecture: A Classified Collection of the Chief Contents of "The Gentleman's Magazine" from 1731-1868, Volume Two (The Gentleman's Magazine Library)
by Gomme, George Laurence (editor)
London: Elliot Stock, 1891. Hardcover. G- (Binding is of average age and wear, with few scuffs to covers and bumping of corners; pages are aged primarily along ragged edges, which remain uncut; some more noticeable foxing on outermost pages, with the majority of text surfaces being clear.). Brown stamped cloth, gilt letters on spine, 291 pp., no illus. The second volume only of a two-volume set. The first volume addressed "Architectural Innovation," while this one considers "Progress of architecture in England," from the 11th century through the reign of George I. Additional notes address Durham Cathedral; York Cathedral; Ely Cathedral; Timber Houses; Construction in Norman Architecture; Norman Domestic Architecture; Norman House at Lincoln; Canterbury Cathedral; St. Mary's Hall, Coventry; and Ancient Conduits. A scarce title, in any condition.
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