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Campanile, Piazza del Duomo, Florence

RIBA137295
Giotto di Bondone (1266-1337)

St Helen and St Mary, Bourn, Cambridgshire: detail of nave pier capital

RIBA137443
Fawcett, William Milner (1832-1909)
NOTES: The nave is 12th century, the tower mainly mid 13th century, but reconstructed after being burnt out by Montifortian rebels in 1266. The church was added to in the 14th century, including a chapel and over the nave is a 15th century hammerbeam roof. The church was restored in 1875-1878 by W. M. Fawcett.

St Andrew and St Mary, Grantchester, Cambridgeshire: the east window with flowing tracery

RIBA137447
Blomfield, Alfred William (1879-1949)
NOTES: The church is of Saxon/Norman origin and there are fragments of that date, which were placed here by A.W. Blomfield in 1877. The majority of the present church dates from 1340-1350 (chancel) with a tower of 1388-1426.

St Andrew and St Mary, Grantchester, Cambridgeshire: east end and chancel

RIBA137448
Blomfield, Alfred William (1879-1949)
NOTES: The church is of Saxon/Norman origin and there are fragments of that date, which were placed here by A.W. Blomfield in 1877. The majority of the present church dates from 1340-1350 (chancel) with a tower of 1388-1426.

St Andrew and St Mary, Grantchester, Cambridgeshire: detail of windows

RIBA137451
Blomfield, Alfred William (1879-1949)
NOTES: The church is of Saxon/Norman origin and there are fragments of that date, which were placed here by A.W. Blomfield in 1877. The majority of the present church dates from 1340-1350 (chancel) with a tower of 1388-1426.

St Andrew and St Mary, Grantchester, Cambridgeshire: detail of window with tracery

RIBA137453
Blomfield, Alfred William (1879-1949)
NOTES: The church is of Saxon/Norman origin and there are fragments of that date, which were placed here by A.W. Blomfield in 1877. The majority of the present church dates from 1340-1350 (chancel) with a tower of 1388-1426.

St Andrew and St Mary, Grantchester, Cambridgeshire: detail of windows with tracery on the south elevation

RIBA137454
Blomfield, Alfred William (1879-1949)
NOTES: The church is of Saxon/Norman origin and there are fragments of that date, which were placed here by A.W. Blomfield in 1877. The majority of the present church dates from 1340-1350 (chancel) with a tower of 1388-1426.

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Harlton, Cambridgeshire: the east window with tracery

RIBA137502
Atkinson, Thomas Dinham (1864-1948)
NOTES: 14th century, restored by Thomas Dinham Atkinson 1911-1914, and further restoration 1961-1968, when 19th century rendering was removed.

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Harlton, Cambridgeshire: the altar and east window

RIBA137508
Atkinson, Thomas Dinham (1864-1948)
NOTES: 14th century, restored by Thomas Dinham Atkinson 1911-1914, and further restoration 1961-1968, when 19th century rendering was removed.

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Harlton, Cambridgeshire: the rood screen and chancel

RIBA137509
Atkinson, Thomas Dinham (1864-1948)
NOTES: 14th century, restored by Thomas Dinham Atkinson 1911-1914, and further restoration 1961-1968, when 19th century rendering was removed.

Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Lavenham, Suffolk: detail of the nave windows

RIBA137581
NOTES: The church was built between 1486-1525; the tower dates from 1486-1495, with the upper parts constructed as part of the second building campaign 1517-1525.
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