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Der Sammelwerktitel 'Cardiff. Architecture and archaeology in the medieval diocese of Llandaff' kommt mehrfach vor und deshalb können die enthaltenen Beiträge nicht eindeutig zugeordnet werden.

Einträge mit dem selben Sammelwerktitel:

Sammelwerk  Cardiff: architecture and archaeology in the medieval diocese of Llandaff
Kenyon, John R.Williams, Diane M. [Hrsg.]. - Leeds (2006)

Sammelwerk  Cardiff: architecture and archaeology in the medieval diocese of Llandaff
Kenyon, John R.Williams, D. M. [Hrsg.]. - Leeds (2006)

Alle Einträge zu diesem Sammelwerktitel:

Buchbeitrag   

Roman Art and the Culture of South-East Wales
Henig, Martin. • S. 1-14

Buchbeitrag   

The Early Church in South-East Wales
Knight, Jeremy K.. • S. 15-20

Buchbeitrag   

Early Medieval Llandaff: The Evidence of the Early Christian Monuments
Redknap, Mark. • S. 21-33

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Cardiff Before 1300
Crouch, David Bruce. • S. 34-41

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The painted decoration of Ewenny Priory and the development of Romanesque altar imaginery
Park, DavidStewart, Sophie. • S. 42-59

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The early Gothic fabric of Llandaff Cathedral and its place in the west country school of masons
Thurlby, Malcolm. • S. 60-85

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The thirteenth-century Cloister Arcade at Tintern Abbey
Harrison, Stuart A.. • S. 86-101

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Later Gothic architecture in south Wales
Morris, R. K.. • S. 102-135

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Later Gothic architecture in south Wales
Morris, Richard K.. • S. 102-135

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Two fourteenth-century tomb monuments at Abergavenny and the mournful end of the Hastings Earls of Pembroke
Lindley, Phillip G.. • S. 136-160

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Three rood-screens in south-east Wales
Tracy, Charles. • S. 161-201

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Post-Medieval building work in churches of the diocese of Llandaff: The architectural evidence
Evans, Edith. • S. 202-ff