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St Mary's, Whaplode, Lincolnshire

RIBA150809
NOTES: Consecrated in 1125, this church was the first of the Norman Fen churches to be built. It was extended and altered in Gothic style in the 14th and 15th centuries and some restoration was carried out in the late 17th century. This image shows the substantial Norman (Romanesque) interior.

St Mary's, Whaplode, Lincolnshire

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NOTES: Consecrated in 1125, this church was the first of the Norman Fen churches to be built. It was extended and altered in Gothic style in the 14th and 15th centuries and some restoration was carried out in the late 17th century. This image shows the substantial Norman (Romanesque) interior.

St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield, City of London: looking from the altar across the nave

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NOTES: This church, founded by King Henry I's jester and later an Augustinian canon, Rahere in 1123, is the oldest parish church in London. The nave and crossing including the choir are all that remain of the great 12th century Augustinian priory, later restored by Aston Webb in 1886-1898.

St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield, City of London: the altar with ambulatory behind

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NOTES: This church, founded by King Henry I's jester and later an Augustinian canon, Rahere in 1123, is the oldest parish church in London. The nave and crossing including the choir are all that remain of the great 12th century Augustinian priory, later restored by Aston Webb in 1886-1898.

St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield, City of London: the choir

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NOTES: This church, founded by King Henry I's jester and later an Augustinian canon, Rahere in 1123, is the oldest parish church in London. The nave and crossing including the choir are all that remain of the great 12th century Augustinian priory, later restored by Aston Webb in 1886-1898.

St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield, City of London: the south aisle

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NOTES: This church, founded by King Henry I's jester and later an Augustinian canon, Rahere in 1123, is the oldest parish church in London. The nave and crossing including the choir are all that remain of the great 12th century Augustinian priory, later restored by Aston Webb in 1886-1898.

St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield, City of London: the nave

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NOTES: This church, founded by King Henry I's jester and later an Augustinian canon, Rahere in 1123, is the oldest parish church in London. The nave and crossing including the choir are all that remain of the great 12th century Augustinian priory, later restored by Aston Webb in 1886-1898.

St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield, City of London: the nave looking across to the side aisle

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NOTES: This church, founded by King Henry I's jester and later an Augustinian canon, Rahere in 1123, is the oldest parish church in London. The nave and crossing including the choir are all that remain of the great 12th century Augustinian priory, later restored by Aston Webb in 1886-1898.

St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield, City of London: detail of clustered shafts

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NOTES: This church, founded by King Henry I's jester and later an Augustinian canon, Rahere in 1123, is the oldest parish church in London. The nave and crossing including the choir are all that remain of the great 12th century Augustinian priory, later restored by Aston Webb in 1886-1898.

St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield, City of London: detail of arch with chevron moulding

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NOTES: This church, founded by King Henry I's jester and later an Augustinian canon, Rahere in 1123, is the oldest parish church in London. The nave and crossing including the choir are all that remain of the great 12th century Augustinian priory, later restored by Aston Webb in 1886-1898.

St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield, City of London: the choir looking east

RIBA150819
NOTES: This church, founded by King Henry I's jester and later an Augustinian canon, Rahere in 1123, is the oldest parish church in London. The nave and crossing including the choir are all that remain of the great 12th century Augustinian priory, later restored by Aston Webb in 1886-1898.

Exning House, Newmarket: detail of keystone by Webb on the main entrance front

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Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: Exning House was originally built by Francis Shepheard in 1734 possibly to the design of the mason, Andrews Jelfe. In 1896 it was altered and extended to the north by Philip Webb. In 1948 it became a home for the elderly and was renamed Glanely Rest and remained so until the 1960s. It has since been subdivided and converted into three separate properties. See RIBA157073 for a colour version of this image.
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