2 edition of Illustrations of the Rood-screen at Randworth found in the catalog.
Illustrations of the Rood-screen at Randworth
Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society.
|Statement||Pub. under the direction of the Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society. Drawn and lithographed by C.J.W. Winter.|
|Contributions||Winter, C. J. W, 1820?-1891.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p., 23 plates ;|
|Number of Pages||23|
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(architecture, Christianity) A carved screen that separated the chancel and nave in a medieval church; it originally carried a large crucifix; an altar screen. Illustrations of the Rood-screen at Randworth: Published under the Direction of the Norfolk and Norwich Archæological Society.
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