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Special offers on FOUR new books.

The Cosmatesque Mosaics of Westminster Abbey: The Pavements and Royal Tombs: History, Archaeology, Architecture and Conservation by Warwick Rodwell and David Neal is the first full study in context of the ‘Great Pavement’ in the sanctuary; the pavement around the shrine of Edward the Confessor; the saint’s tomb and shrine; Henry III’s tomb; the tomb of a royal child, and some other pieces. More detail and offer price at https://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/the-cosmatesque-mosaics-of-westminster-abbey.html

Interpreting Medieval Effigies: The Evidence from Yorkshire to 1400 is Brian and Moira Gittos’s long-awaited study of the wealth of evidence provided by the monumental effigies of Yorkshire, from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, including some of very high sculptural merit. More detail at https://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/interpreting-medieval-effigies.html.

Memorializing the Middle Classes in Medieval and Renaissance Europe investigates commemorative practices in Cyprus, Flanders, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, and Spain between the twelfth and seventeenth centuries.

Cut in Alabaster is the first comprehensive study of alabaster sculpture in Western Europe during the late Middle Ages and Renaissance.

 

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