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Knole : an architectural and social history of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s house, 1456-1538
Alden GregoryPublished 2011Engineering
This thesis analyses new evidence for both the architectural and social histories of the late-medieval Archbishops of Canterburys‘ house at Knole in Sevenoaks, Kent. Built and occupied by a… Expand
Sro.Sussex.Ac.Uk
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