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" • the span of the east and west arches as great as possible, in order to leave the view from one end to the other of the church unobstructed. The transverse view from one transept to the other is of less consequence, especially in the early churches,... "
Report of the Transactions at the Annual Meeting - Seite 29
von Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland - 1846
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Proceedings at the Annual Meeting ... at Winchester, September 1845

Robert Willis (Prof. of Mechanics at Cambridge.) - 1846 - 339 Seiten
...or respond of the choir-arch, (namely, half of fig. 4.) TS are the remaining fragments which may be seen of the original Norman respond, which occupies...dimensions at the expense of the transverse. Fig. 11. Transept Pitr. taken from tbe North «aa» Pier. This artifice is carried to a much greater excess...
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Proceedings at the [2nd] Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of ...

1846 - 43 Seiten
...in the north and south dimensions than in the east and west. The object is of course to keep F" "• the span of the east and west arches as great as possible,...longitudinal dimensions at the expense of the transverse. . Transept Pier, taken from th* North ea*t Pier. '1 The base of the Norman respond hap. pens to be...
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Winchester, Salisbury, Exeter, Wells

Richard John King - 1876
...churches with a central tower t> give less span to these arches than to those opening east and west, in order to leave the view from one end to the other of the church unobstructed. The system is here carried to a very unusual excess. The first piers of the transepts, north and south,...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Surrey, Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight

John Murray (Firm), Richard John King - 1876 - 465 Seiten
...uncommon in churches with a central tower to give the greater span to the arches opening E. and W., in order to leave the view from one end to the other of the church unobstructed, but the system is here earned to a very unusual excees. The tower was originally a lantern, but was...
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A handbook for travellers in Surrey, Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight [by R ...

Richard John King - 1876 - 456 Seiten
...uncommon in churches with a central tower to give the greater span to the arches opening E. and W., in order to leave the view from one end to the other of the church unobstructed, but the system is here carried to a very unusual excess. The tower was originally a lantern, but was...
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