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Ely Cathedral: detail of the upper part of the south-west transept

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NOTES: The lower two thirds of the west tower is 12th century while the upper third was added c. 1400. The transept dates from the third quarter of the 12th century.

Ely Cathedral: detail of the carved niches on the south-west transept

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NOTES: The lower two thirds of the west tower is 12th century while the upper third was added c. 1400. The transept dates from the third quarter of the 12th century.

Ely Cathedral: detail of the facade of the south-west transept

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NOTES: The lower two thirds of the west tower is 12th century while the upper third was added c. 1400. The transept dates from the third quarter of the 12th century.

Ely Cathedral: the lady chapel window at dusk

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NOTES: The lower two thirds of the west tower is 12th century while the upper third was added c. 1400. The transept dates from the third quarter of the 12th century.

Ely Cathedral: the lady chapel window at dusk

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NOTES: The lower two thirds of the west tower is 12th century while the upper third was added c. 1400. The transept dates from the third quarter of the 12th century.

St Peter and St Paul, Clare, Suffolk: detail of carved stonework above the entrance door

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St Aubyn, James Piers (1815-1895)
NOTES: The church dates mainly from the 14th and early 15th century, although there is 13th-century work in the west tower. The interior, except the chancel which is early Tudor, was remodelled in 1617. In the 19th century the church underwent restoration, by J. P. St Aubyn c. 1877-1883, with restoration of the tower in 1898-1899 by Detmar Blow.

St Peter and St Paul, Clare, Suffolk: detail of pier base

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St Aubyn, James Piers (1815-1895)
NOTES: The church dates mainly from the 14th and early 15th century, although there is 13th-century work in the west tower. The interior, except the chancel which is early Tudor, was remodelled in 1617. In the 19th century the church underwent restoration, by J. P. St Aubyn c. 1877-1883, with restoration of the tower in 1898-1899 by Detmar Blow.

St Peter and St Paul, Clare, Suffolk: arch detail

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St Aubyn, James Piers (1815-1895)
NOTES: The church dates mainly from the 14th and early 15th century, although there is 13th-century work in the west tower. The interior, except the chancel which is early Tudor, was remodelled in 1617. In the 19th century the church underwent restoration, by J. P. St Aubyn c. 1877-1883, with restoration of the tower in 1898-1899 by Detmar Blow.

St Peter and St Paul, Clare, Suffolk: detail of the pier capital

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St Aubyn, James Piers (1815-1895)
NOTES: The church dates mainly from the 14th and early 15th century, although there is 13th-century work in the west tower. The interior, except the chancel which is early Tudor, was remodelled in 1617. In the 19th century the church underwent restoration, by J. P. St Aubyn c. 1877-1883, with restoration of the tower in 1898-1899 by Detmar Blow.

Baptistery of St John, Campo dei Miracoli, Pisa: detail of the carved stonework around the doorway

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Cellino di Nese (fl. 1334-1376)
NOTES: The Bapistery of St John, with the Duomo, forms part of the Cathedral complex. It replaced an older baptistery and was begun in Romanesque style in 1152 under Diotisalvi. The upper part underwent a Gothic transformation by Nicola Pisano and his son, Giovanni, in 1277-1297. The dome was added by Cellino di Nese in the 1300s and the building was finally completed in 1363.

Campanile, Piazza del Duomo, Florence

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Giotto di Bondone (1266-1337)
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