RCL16r01 A photographic survey of a thirteenth-century figurative decorative scheme at Rochester Cathedral

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Author: Jacob H. Scott

Abstract:
A photographic survey of a thirteenth-century figurative decorative scheme located on vertical surfaces across twelfth and thirteenth-century fabric in the nave, sanctuary, crypt and on the west facade of Rochester Cathedral.

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To cite this report:
Scott, J. H. (2016) A photographic survey of a thirteenth-century figurative decorative scheme at Rochester Cathedral, Rochester Cathedral Research Guild archive report RCL16r01.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22357/2016(1)
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https://rochestercathedralresearchguild.org/reports/rcl16r01
Published online: 13th October 2016
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