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Full text of "List of monumental brasses, remaining in the county of Suffolk, " See other formats. Excerpt from A List of Monumental Brasses Remaining in the County of Norfolk, With regard to the arrangement of the list, the churches are placed in alphabetical order; in each church the effigial and subject brasses being given before the inscriptions, each class according to date then follows a description of what still remains of each brass, as also of what is known to be : Edmund Farrer.
Contains also List of some brasses in Norfolk churches; supplementary to that published in List of monumental brasses remaining in the county of Norfolk. Item Preview remove-circle List of monumental brasses remaining in the county of Norfolk. by Farrer, Edmund, b. Publication date TopicsPages: List of monumental brasses remaining in the county of Norfolk.
Farrer, Edmund, b. PDF download. The standard national list for examples in Britain up to remains Mill Stephenson's A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles, first published in It is still common practice in the specialist literature for individual brasses to be identified by place-name and an "M.S." number.
Buy A List of Monumental Brasses: Remaining in the County of Suffolk (Classic Reprint) by Farrer, Edmund (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. BRASSES, MONUMENTAL, a species of engraved sepulchral memorials which in the early part of the 13th century began to take the place of tombs of which it is calculated that there may be about still remaining in the various churches.
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Puritan Iconoclasm during the English Civil War, Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer. Stephenson, Mill. "Monumental Brasses of East Riding," Yorkshire Archeological Journal, 12 (), Stephenson, Mill. "Monumental Brasses of North Riding," Yorkshire Archeological Journal, 17 (), Continental Brasses (PP) Cameron, H.K.
A List of Monumental Brasses on the Continent of Europe. London: Monumental Brass. - "Palimpsest Brasses" by John Page-Phillips, in "Monumental Brasses as Art and History" edited by JeromeBertrampp, fig (on p is: p footnote 2: add One may be the palimpsest of the brass re-used for a memorial.
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1 Note in author’s copy of R. Griffin and M. Stephenson, A List of Monumental Brasses remaining in the County of Kent in (London and Ashford, ), p Copy in library of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
2 Egerton A, fr. The drawing is reproduced in ‘A Book of Church Notes, by John Philipot, Somerset Herald’. Norfolk (/ ˈ n ɔːr f ə k /) is a county in East Anglia in borders Lincolnshire to the northwest, Cambridgeshire to the west and southwest, and Suffolk to the south.
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List of monumental brasses, remaining in the county of Suffolk, - E. Farrer () Man and his forerunners; incorporating accounts of recent discoveries in Suffolk and Sussex - H. Buttell-Reepen () Marriage Licences from the official note books of the Archdeaconry of Suffolk deposited at the Ipswich Probate Court ().
page 79 note 3 Griffin, R. and Stephenson, Mill, A list of monumental brasses remaining in the county of Kent inplate xxii. page 80 note 1 See Appendix V.
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