Romanik: Großbritannien





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Adkins, Helen: Die romanische Kathedrale von Worcester. Baugeschichte und architekturgeschichtliche Stellung. Freiburg i. Br. 1985 (Berichte und Forschungen zur Kunstgeschichte 9). ISBN: 3-8869-5008-5
Aldsworth, Fred: Recent observations on the tower of Holy Trinity Church, Bosham. Sussex archaeological collections 128 (1990), 55-72.
Andrews, David: Great Bardfield church unmasked. The Norman church beneath the 14th-century embellishment. Essex archaeology and history 25 (1994), 265-70.
Art and patronage in the English Romanesque, hg. von Sarah Macready. London 1986 (Occasional papers. Society of antiquaries of London, New Series, 8).
Bond, Francis: An introduction to English Church from the 11th to the 16th century. 2 Bde. London 1913.
Brown, R. Allen: English Castles. 3., verb. Aufl. London 1976. ISBN: 0-7134-3119-9
Butler, Lawrence: Neath Abbey. The 12th century church. Archaeologia Cambrensis 133 (1984), 147-151.
Butler, L. A. S., Evans, D. H.: The Cistercian abbey of Aberconway at Maenan, Gwynedd. Excavations in 1968. Archaeologia Cambrensis 129 (1980), 37-63.
Cambridge, Ian: Beverley Minster before the early 13th century. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 9 (1989), 9-32.
Clapham, A. W.: English Romanesque Architecture. 2 Bde. Oxford 1969.
Coffman, Peter: The Romanesque rib-vaults of Southwell Minster. Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire 98 (1994), 38-48.
Colvin, H. M.: The History of the King’s Works. Bd. 2: The Middle Ages. London 1963.
Conant, Kenneth John: Carolingian and Romanesque architecture, 800-1200. Harmondsworth ³1973 (Penguin history of art Z13). ISBN: 0-1405-6013-0
Cook, Olive: English Abbeys and Priories. London 1960.
Dean, Mary A.: Architecture at Peterborough in the Thirteenth Century. Journal of the British Archaeological Association 137 (1984), 114-129.
Drake, C. S.: Romanesque Fonts in Kent. The French Connections. Archaeologia Cantiana 123 (2003), 333-352.
English romanesque art, 1066-1200. Hayward Gallery, London, 5 April - 8 July 1984, hg. von George Zarnecki, Janet Holt und Tristram Holland. London 1984. ISBN: 0-297-78412-9
Fernie, Eric: The architecture of Norman England. New York 2000. ISBN: 0-19-817406-3
Fernie, E. C.: The Romanesque churches of Dunfermline Abbey. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 14 (1994), 25-37.
Franklin, Jill A.: Bridlington Priory. An Augustinian church and cloister in the 12th century. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 9 (1989), 44-61.
Gallagher, Dennis B.: The Romanesque west front at the church of the Holy Trinity, Much Wenlock. Shropshire history and archaeology 66 (1989), 20-29.
Gameson, Richard: The Romanesque crypt capitals of Canterbury Cathedral. Archaeologia Cantina 110 (1992), 17-48.
Gem, Richard: Studies in English pre-Romanesque and Romanesque architecture. 2 Bde. London 2000/2004. ISBN: 1-8998-2845-1
Harrison, Stuart: Observations on the Romanesque crossing tower, transepts and nave aisles of Selby Abbey. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 16 (1995), 50-61.
Henry, Françoise: Irish art in the Romanesque period. 1020-1170 A.D. Ithaca, N. Y. 1970. ISBN: 0-8014-0526-2
Hereford Cathedral. A history, hg. von Gerald Aylmer und John Tiller. London 2000. ISBN: 1-852-85194-5
Heslop, T. A.: Norwich Castle keep. Romanesque architecture and social context. Norwich 1994.
Hoffman, Nancy Dudley: Romanesque churches in Oxfordshire. Diss. London 1962.
Huggins, P. J.: Waltham Abbey. Current Archeology 125 (1991), 224-226.
Jarrett, Michael G.: „Greater and more splendid.“ Some aspects of Romanesque Durham Cathedral. The Antiquaries Journal 75 (1995), 189-233.
Kahn, Deborah: Canterbury Cathedral and its romanesque sculpture. London 1991. ISBN: 0-905203-18-6
King, D. J. Cathcart: Pembroke Castle. Archaeologia Cambrensis 127 (1978), 75-121.
Knight, J. K., Wood, Rita: St Gwynllyw‘s Cathedral, Newport. The Romanesque archway. Archaeologia Cambrensis 155 (2006), 163-185.
Manco, Jean: The buildings of Bath Priory. Somerset archaeology and natural history 137 (1993), 75-109.
McAleer, John Philip: The Facade of the Romanesque Cathedral at Exeter. Devon Archaeological Society Proceedings 42 (1984), 71-86.
McAleer, John Philip: The first façade at Old St Paul‘s Cathedral. Did it have flanking towers? British Archaeological Association conference transactions 10 (1990), 64-73.
McAleer, John Philip: The former Benedictine abbey church of St. Mary and St. Modwen (Modwenna), at Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, and the problem of a west transept there. Staffordshire Studies 5 (1993), 35-70.

McAleer, John Philip: The Romanesque Church Facade in Britain. New York u. a. 1984. ISBN: 0-8240-5979-4
Moss, Rachel: Romanesque chevron ornament. The language of British, Norman and Irish sculpture in the twelfth century. Oxford 2009 (BAR. International series 1908). ISBN: 978-1-407-30391-8
Musset, Lucien: Angleterre romane. 2 Bde. La Pierre-qui-Vire 1983/88 (La nuit des temps). ISBN: 2-7369-0042-1
Ni Ghradaigh, Jenifer: The Romanesque architecture sculpture of the medieval kingdoms of Meath, Bréifne and Argialla. 2 Bde. Diss. London 2003.
O‘Sullivan, Marie: A history of the development of St. Brendan‘s Cathedral, Ardfert. Journal of the Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society 21 (1988), 148-165.
Platt, Colin: The Castle in Medieval England and Wales. London u. a. 1995. ISBN: 0-7083-1275-6
Potter, Tim W.: Excavation and survey at St Patrick‘s Chapel and St Peter‘s Church, Heysham, Lancashire, 1977-8. Contrebis. A bulletin of archaeology and local history for Lancashire and the North West 21 (1996), 29-73.
Rodwell, Warwick: Holy Trinity Church, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall. A survey of the fabric and appraisal of the Norman brickwork. Essex archaeology and history 29 (1998), 59-114.
Rodwell, Warwick: The development of the choir of Lichfield Cathedral. Romanesque and Early English. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 13 (1993), 17-35.
Rodwell, Warwick: Wells Cathedral. Excavations and structural studies, 1978-93. 2 Bde. London 2001 (Archaeological report. English heritage 21). ISBN: 1-85-0747-41-5
Romanesque stone sculpture from Medieval England. Exhibition (22 April - 18 July 1993) on the occasion of the opening of the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, hg. vom Henry Moore Institute Leeds. Leeds 1993. ISBN: 0-9517783-5-8
Saint Frideswide‘s Monastery at Oxford. Archeological and architectural studies, hg. von John Blair. Gloucester, Wolfeboro Fall, N.H. 1990. ISBN: 0-86299-773-9
Sharratt, France, Sharratt, Peter: Ecosse romane. La-Pierre-qui-Vire 1985 (La nuit des temps 63).
St. Magnus Cathedral and Orkney‘s twelfth-century Renaissance, hg. von Barbara E. Crawford. Aberdeen 1988. ISBN: 0-08-036580-9
Stocker, David, Everson, Paul: Summoning St Michael. Early Romanesque towers in Lincolnshire. Oxford 2006. ISBN: 1-8421-7213-1
Stoll, Robert Thomas, Roubier, Jean: Britannia romanica. Die hohe Kunst der romanischen Epoche in England, Schottland und Irland. Wien, München 1966.
Sunley, Harry: Recent observations on the west doorway of St Nicholas‘ church, Kenilworth. Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society transactions 95 (1987-88), 73-79.
Tatton-Brown, T. W. T.: The buildings and topography of St Augustine‘s Abbey, Canterbury. Journal of the British Archaeological Association 144 (1991), 61-91.
Thompson, A. Hamilton: Military Architecture in England during Middle Ages. London u. a. 1912.
Thurlby, Malcolm: Hereford Cathedral. The Romanesque fabric. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 15 (1996), 15-28.
Thurlby, Malcolm: Observations on the 12th-century sculpture from Bridlington Priory. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 9 (1989), 33-43.
Thurlby, Malcolm: Romanesque architecture and sculpture in Wales. Little Logaston 2006. ISBN: 1-904396-50-X
Thurlby, Malcolm: Romanesque Churches in the Diocese of Rochester. Archaeologia Cantiana 124 (2004), 51-73.
Thurlby, Malcolm: Romanesque Sculpture at Tewkesbury Abbey. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 98 (1980), 89-94.
Thurlby, Malcolm: Some design aspects of Kirkstall abbey. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 16 (1995), 62-72.
Thurlby, Malcolm: The Former Romanesque High Vault in the Presbytery of Hereford Cathedral. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 47 (1988), 185-189.
Thurlby, Malcolm: The Herefordshire School of Romanesque sculpture. Almeley 1999. ISBN: 1-873-82760-1
Thurlby, Malcolm: The Romanesque cathedral of St Mary and St Peter at Exeter. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 11 (1991), 19-34.
Thurlby, Malcolm: The Romanesque Churches of St Mary Magdalen at Tixover and St Mary at Morcott. Ecclesiology Today 35 (2005), 23-41.
Thurlby, Malcolm: The Romanesque Elevations of Tewkesbury and Pershore. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 44 (1985), 5-17.
Warner, David A.: The construction of Wakelin‘s cathedral. Proportion and design. Winchester Cathedral record 61 (1992), 27-31.
Webb, Geoffrey: Architecture in Britain. The Middle Ages. London 1956.
Wood, Rita: Not Roman, But Romanesque. A Decayed Relief At Conisbrough Church. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 76 (2004), 95-111.
Wood, Rita: Romanesque Memorial at Conisbrough. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 73 (2001), 41-60.
Wood, Rita: Romanesque Tomb-Slab at Bridlington Priory. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 75 (2003), 63-76.
Wood, Rita: The Augustinians and the Romanesque sculpture at Kirkburn church. East Yorkshire Historian 4 (2003), 3-59.

Wood, Rita: The Romanesque chancel arch at Liverton, North Riding. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 78 (2006), 111-143.
Wood, Rita: The Romanesque doorway at Fishlake. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 72 (2000), 17-39.
Wood, Rita: The Romanesque doorway at St. Padarn‘s church, Llanbadarn Fawr, Radnorshire. Archeologia Cambrensis 156 (2007), 51-72.
Wood, Rita: The Romanesque doorways of Yorkshire. With special reference to that of St Mary‘s church, Riccall. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 66 (1994), 59-90.
Wood, Rita: The Romanesque font at St Marychurch, Torquay. Devon Archaeological Society Proceedings 62 (2004), 79-98.
Wood, Rita: The Romanesque memorial at Conisbrough. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 73 (2001), 41-60.


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