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The Capital Sculpture of Wells Cathedral, c. 1184-1210
The understudied capital sculpture of Wells Cathedral in Somerset, England (c. 1184-1210) provides ample opportunity of expanding the current scholarship and understanding of interior ecclesiastical sculpture in a West ...
Humour and Humilitas: Wall Painting in the Palaces and Castles of Henry III of England (r: 1216-1272)
This dissertation examines Henry III of England’s residential wall painting patronage, its relationship to the king’s unique views of kingship, and the role of wall painting in the fashioning of thirteenth-century Plantagenet ...
The Multiple Lives of Clothes: Alteration and Reuse of Women’s Eighteenth-Century Apparel in England
Employing a practical material culture approach, the primary aim of this thesis is to address the diverse alterations that women’s eighteenth-century apparel underwent in both form and context. Evidence collected through ...