Royston Cave

An historical study of a medieval hermitage buried in the chalk below a Hertfordshire Town.

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Anchorholds

An historical study of a medieval anchorhold in Willingham, Cambs. Anchorholds, long forgotten since their demise after the Reformation, were attached to many churches and used to house hermits who were often 'enclosed' for life.

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Gonville & Caius Estate in Cambridge

A study of the Harvey Road/Glisson Road area of Cambridge and its development by the college in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Queen Edith- Story of a Suburb

A study of the Queen Edith area of Cambridge and its development, from Saxon times to the present day.

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English Parish Church Architecture: a Rough Guide

The beginnings of a book on the history of English Parish church architecture.

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