Photographs, plan, model, history, discussion and bibliography on this Anglo-Saxon church by Stephanie James from Britannia Internet Magazine.
David Nash Ford introduces the topic in Britannia Internet Magazine. Links to pages on specific churches.
Comprehensive site devoted to this important small chapel which was built by St Cedd as a cathedral around 654, using the site of an old Roman fort.
The official site includes a detailed history, description and bibliography by Brian Williams of the Saxon church of Breedon-on-the-Hill, notable for its sculptures. Plan and drawings.
Peter Evans gives a description and photographs of this superb Norman church, with bibliography.
Photograph and brief history of this tiny Anglo-Saxon chapel built by Odda, Earl of the Hwicce, by David Nash Ford from Britannia Internet Magazine.
Martin Snow outlines the arrival of Christianity in Sussex and looks at each church. Includes scholarly articles from the Sussex Archaeological Collections, plans, drawings and photographs.
A tour around this historic church, accompanied by many expandable photographs.
The church which can boast the only Anglo Saxon wall painting to survive in situ. History and photographs.
Photographs and history of this Anglo-Saxon church by David Nash Ford from Britannia Internet Magazine.
Photographs, plan, history, discussion and bibliography on this Anglo-Saxon chapel by Stephanie James from Britannia Internet Magazine.
Photographs, models, history, discussion and bibliography on this Anglo-Saxon church by Stephanie James and David Nash Ford from Britannia Internet Magazine.
Provide a history of this major Anglo-Saxon church. The Friends support an academic annual lecture which is subsequently published. Details of events and publications.
This simple Romanesque church at Pennant Melangell, Wales, houses the relics of an Irish saint. Photographs, plan with historical notes, the legend of the saint, visitor information.
The official site for this church dedicated to St Cuthburga, who founded a nunnery in Wimborne c.705. The present church is mainly Norman. Outline history included.
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