Lincolnshire buildings

a list of amendments and additions to Pevsner"s Lincolnshire History and Archaeology.
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The Society , (Lincoln) ((North Lincolnshire Area Office, 47 Newland, Lincoln LN1 1XZ))
Architecture -- England -- Lincolnshire -- Det
ContributionsPevsner, Nikolaus, 1902-1983., Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology.
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IRREPLACEABLE: A HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN PLACES. Lincolnshire's Heritage is published by Heritage Lincolnshire, the county's own heritage trust, established to protect and promote the rich heritage of the county.

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For each War Memorial the author gives the location and a description of the memorial along with its own particular story of how. The main theme of the book is the role of the church in medieval Lincolnshire society. It describes the parochial setting of the county and discusses the origins of churches and chapels.

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Synopsis First published inthis text has been expanded to include coverage of 19th and 20th century architecture, industrial archaeology and lesser rural buildings. The way in which buildings relate to their surroundings is also considered.

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Many Lincolnshire churches were built before the Norman Conquest ofand fragments of those buildings still survive in some churches. In some cases this is more than fragments: many churches have Anglo-Saxon towers, and the church of St Mary at Stow is largely Anglo-Saxon, although it has been restored several times over the centuries.

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