Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rochester Vol. 28

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2006-05-01
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Table of Contents

Editors' Prefacep. vii
List of Abbreviationsp. ix
Roman Rochester in its Wider Contextp. 1
Rochester, A.D. 400-1066p. 6
The Topography and Buildings of Medieval Rochesterp. 22
Gundulf's Cathedralp. 38
Bishop Gundulf's Door at Rochester Cathedralp. 54
The Twelfth-Century Nave of Rochester Cathedralp. 61
The Construction of the West Doorway of Rochester Cathedralp. 85
The Late Twelfth-Century East End of Rochester Cathedralp. 97
The Medieval Shrines of Rochester Cathedralp. 114
The Early-Thirteenth-Century Choir-Stalls and Associated Furniture at Rochester Cathedralp. 130
The West Transept of Rochester Cathedralp. 146
The Medieval Monuments of Rochester Cathedralp. 164
The East Cloister Range of Rochester Cathedral Prioryp. 181
Who Were the Monks of Rochester?p. 205
William St John Hope (1854-1919) and the Historiography of Rochester Cathedralp. 218
Some Rochester Sealsp. 229
The Building Stones of Rochester Castle and Cathedralp. 238
The Medieval Buildings and Topography of Rochester Castlep. 250
The Great Tower of Rochester Castlep. 265
The Collegiate Church of All Saints, Maidstonep. 300
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