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Raamatud Books 1 - 5 of 5 on King of the Picts, sent to Cedfrid, who succeeded Benedict as abbot, and begged him....
" King of the Picts, sent to Cedfrid, who succeeded Benedict as abbot, and begged him to send architects to him to build a church in his nation "after the Roman manner," and the abbot complied with his request. Mr. Micklethwaite states that "the doorway... "
Proceedings - Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society - Page 119
by Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society - 1902
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A History of Architecture in All Countries: From the Earliest ..., 2. köide

James Fergusson - 1874
...from turned posts in wood, and except the arch there are few traces of Roman influence in the design. The twined serpents with birds' beaks, on the right doorpost, are, as we know from manuscripts of that age, singularly characteristic of the style, but not, so far as I know, found elsewhere...
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A History of Architecture in All Countries: From the Earliest ..., 2. köide

James Fergusson - 1874
...from turned posts in wood, and except the arch there are few traces of Roman influenee in the design. The twined serpents with birds' beaks, on the right doorpost, are, as we know from manuscripts of that age, singularly characteristic of the style, but not, so far as I know, found elsewhere...
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A History of Architecture in All Countries: 2. Christian architecture ...

James Fergusson - 1893
...there, he went, in 674, to Gaul to procure masons who could erect it in the " Bximan manner " that is, in imitation of the basilicas in Rome. The twined...beaks, on the right doorpost, are, as we know from manuscripts of that age, singularly characteristic of the style, but not, so far as I know, found elsewhere...
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The Cathedral Builders: The Story of a Great Masonic Guild

Leader Scott - 1899 - 435 lehte
...architects 1 Sermo beati Bedae in natale sancti Benedict! Abbatis. were Comacines, from the fact that they followed the practice of the Comacines in establishing...characteristic of the style."* There is a similar design on the architrave of an ancient door in San Clemente, Rome. The decoration of the church seems...
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The Cathedral Builders: The Story of a Great Masonic Guild

Leader Scott - 1899 - 435 lehte
...gone to France with Charlemagne ; see Chap. V. (Leader Scott.) were Comacines, from the fact that they followed the practice of the Comacines in establishing...that age, singularly characteristic of the style." l There is a similar design on the architrave of an ancient door in San Clemente, Rome. The decoration...
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