Church Monuments Society

The Newsletter

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Volume 26 – Number 2


Conservation Cases Recorder's Report David Carrington

'Making Monuments': The CMS Winchester Symposium David Carrington & Paul Wooles

An Excursion to South Cambridgeshire 9th October 2010 Hilary Wheeler


Medieval Memoria Online (MeMO) - Introduction and Appeal Sophie Oosterwijk

Caen Stone Tim Palmer

A Naked Lady in Bordeaux John Linsay

A Monument at Yelvertoft (Northants) to John Dycson (d. 1479) and its Contents Sally Badham

'Tomb Monument Commemoration in Medieval Europe I: Monumental Brasses and Incised Slabs', Kalamazoo 2110 Abstracts of the second three papers from this conference are printed in the Newsletter; the titles are below:

1. The Corpus of Vernacular Inscriptions on Late Medieval Monuments David Griffith, Dept of English, University of Birmingham

2. Commemoration and Cultural Exchange: English Patrons, French Workshops and Funerary Art in the Fifteenth Century Racel Canty, Dept of English, University of Birmingham

3. Deceptive Appearances: the Presentation of Children on Medieval Monuments Sophie Oosterwijk, School of Art History, University of St Andrews

'The Non-Professional Study of Ecclesiology': The Ecclesiological Society Yesterday & Today Trevor Cooper: Chairman of Council, the Ecclesiology Society

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Tombs and Masons' Marks: Request for Information Jenny Alexander

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