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Church of San Giusto, Lucca: detail of carved lion on the main entrance

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Civitali, Nicolao (1482-after 1560)
NOTES: The church dates to the second half of the 12th century, but built on a much earlier church. The sculpture has been attributed to Nicolao Civitali from a local family of sculptors.

Church of San Giusto, Lucca: detail of the Romanesque carving surrounding the main entrance

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NOTES: The church dates to the second half of the 12th century, but built on a much earlier church.

Church of San Michele in Foro, Lucca: detail of the central portal

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NOTES: The church was founded as early as 795, but the present building was largely constructed in the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries, although work continued until the 14th century. The facade is a mixture of the 13th century (lower half) and the upper part (third and fourth tiers) are 14th century when there was a proposal to heighten the nave. The tiers of blind arcading which cover the upper part of the facade were also restored in the 19th century.

Church of San Salvatore, Lucca: detail of the entrance on the left hand side with its carved frieze

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NOTES: The church dates back to the 11th century but was reconstructed in the 12th century. The upper part of the facade (not seen) was rebuilt in the 19th century.

Church of San Salvatore, Lucca: detail of the entrance on the right hand side with its carved frieze

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NOTES: The church dates back to the 11th century but was reconstructed in the 12th century. The upper part of the facade (not seen) was rebuilt in the 19th century.

Church of San Salvatore, Lucca: detail of the entrance on the right hand side with its carved frieze

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NOTES: The church dates back to the 11th century but was reconstructed in the 12th century. The upper part of the facade (not seen) was rebuilt in the 19th century.

Church of Sant'Alessandro, Lucca: detail of the door on the south elevation

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NOTES: This church was built around the middle of the 11th century and apart from some hanging arches (12th century) and a 15th century doorway on the southern elevation, it is a complete example of the early Romanesque style in Lucca.

Church of St Peter, Great Walsingham, Norfolk: the porch

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NOTES: The church is mainly 14th century with some later additions. The original chancel was demolished some time in the 16th century, but fragments remain. The porch was added in the 15th century and the interior fittings also date from then.

Church of St Margaret of Antioch, Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk: the porch looking outwards

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NOTES: The church dates from the 14th and 15th centuries. The north-west tower, nave and south aisles are intact, but the north and south transepts are in ruins with just the side walls standing.

Ely Cathedral: the west front and Galilee Porch

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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 west front and Galilee Porch

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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 west front and Galilee Porch

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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.
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