Medieval England: A Social History and Archaeology from the Conquest to 1600 A.D

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1 The castles of the Conquest (King's Works)3
2 Earthworks at Castle Neroche, Somerset (Davison) 5
3 The late-eleventh-century chapel at Winchester Castle (Winchester Excavation Committee) 6
4 Hen Domen motte-and-bailey castle, Montgomeryshire (Cambridge: Committee for Aerial Photography) 7
5 The motte-and-bailey castle at Mileham, Norfolk (Cambridge: Committee for Aerial Photography) 8
6 Early castles in Wales and the Marches (Hogg and King) 9
7 The motte at Abinger, Surrey (Hope-Taylor) 10
8 Section through the motte at South Mimms, Middlesex (Kent) 12
9 Farnham Castle keep, Surrey (Thompson) 14
10 Colchester Castle, Essex (Aerofilms) 15
11 The chapel at the Tower of London (R.C.H.M.) 15
12 Norwich Castle, Norfolk (Hallam Ashley) 16
13 Durham Cathedral nave (R.C.H.M.) 18
14 Norwich Cathedral nave arcading (Batsford) 19
15 Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire (Aerofilms) 20
16 Faversham Abbey, Kent (Philp) 23
17 Rivenhall Church, Essex (Rodwell) 27
18 The excavated interior of Wharram Percy Church, Yorkshire (Medieval Village Research Group) 29
19 The waterfront of medieval King's Lynn (Clarke) 34
20 Foundations of the Lucy Tower, Lincoln (Lincoln Archaeological Trust) 35
21 Graves at Wharram Percy churchyard (Medieval Village Research Group) 37
22 Superimposed village plans at Bardolfeston, Dorset (R.C.H.M.) 38

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