RCL17r14 A photographic survey of reused decorative stone fragments at Rochester Cathedral

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Author: Jacob H. Scott PCIfA

Abstract:
A photographic survey of 151 stone fragments with surviving architectural decoration which have been reused in the fabric of Rochester Cathedral.

A4 print copies of this archive report are available upon request at a cost of £10.00 each (plus postage and packing unless collected from the cathedral shop at Rochester Cathedral, The Precinct, Rochester, Kent ME1 1SX). Please use the query form on this website or email: jacob.scott@rochestercathedralresearchguild.org
To cite this report:
Scott, J. H. (2017) A photographic survey of reused decorative stone fragments at Rochester Cathedral, Rochester Cathedral Research Guild archive report RCL17r14.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22357/rcl17r14
To link to this article:
https://rochestercathedralresearchguild.org/reports/rcl17r14
Published online: 21st October 2017
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