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1 Kemp, Richard L. ;Graves, C. Pamela The Church and Gilbertine Priory of St Andrew, Fishergate :(Archaeology of York Vol 11 Fascicule 2)
CBA for York Archaeological Trust 1996 1872414605 / 9781872414607 Paperback Very Good 
pp41-340, inc. figs + xx pp + 1 fiche in pocket, card, 8vo, + figs 143-163 folded in separate case, 8vo 
Price: 37.00 GBP
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2 Graves, C. Pamela ; The Form and Fabric of Belief :An Archaeology of the Lay Experience of Religion in Medieval Norfolk and Devon
BAR Brit Ser 311 2000 1841711616 / 9781841711614 Paperback Very Good 
viii + 240pp, inc. 34 figs, 24 plates, laminated card, A4 ex lib with numerous stamps including one on the page edges, Christ Church archive, bookplate inside front cover Subtitled `An archaeology of the lay experience of religion in medieval Norfolk and Devon', this thesis examines the social experience of Christianity within the contrasting diocese of Norwich and Exeter between the 14th and early 16th centuries. Graves reexamines the architectural fabric of churches to show how their design and construction was affected by changes within society and shows how the church was a central part of urban and rural life. 
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3 Graves, C. Pamela ; The Window Glass of the Order of St Gilbert of Sempringham :A York-based Study
CBA/YAT 2000 190277115x / 9781902771151 Paperback Very Good 
pp341-575 + viii, plates & figs inc. coloured, laminated card, 4to minor shelf wear Window Glass from 46-54 Fishergate found during excavations 1984-6, represents the largest quantity of window glass from any Gilbertine house. Also includes a study of window glass from Sempringham & Haverholme Priories in Lincolnshire. Important study of glass paticularly of the York based glass painters. The evidence allows an assessment for all Gilbertine houses of the main periods of glazing, the changing styles and the social and economic context of their production. 
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