The project was begun in the 1980s by the former RCHME. The techniques of non-invasive structural analysis have been applied to 300 pre-Reformation parish churches, parochial chapels and chapels of ease in the post-1974 county. The resulting records form the basis for an analysis of the patterns of evolution of church buildings. The aim of the project is to produce a book which will not only identify and describe the patterns which can be traced, but will also seek to explain them in terms of the evolution of religion and the Church in medieval England.
Project material is also contained in BF085102.
This is part of the Collection: RCH01 Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England (RCHME) Archive
This Series contains the following materials:
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Architectural Field Investigator: Barnwell, Paul S
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