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American Philosophical Society
Ripon Minster: The Beginning of the Gothic Style in Northern England: Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol. 73, part 6)
M.F. Hearn (au)
Ripon Cathedral, anciently one of the four minsters of the archdiocese of York, England, was designated a cathedral when the new diocese of Ripon was created in 1836. In the history of architecture it is properly known as Ripon Minster, a collegiate foundation of secular canons who maintained the daily cycle of liturgical offices but who also ministered to the laity. Contents of this study: (I) Archaeological Interpretation: The Actual & Intended Forms; (II) Historical Interpretation: The Dates of Construction; The Patron & His Purposes; A Search for the Origin of the Ripon Master; & The English Concept of the Gothic Style. Black & white plates & plans.
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