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  • Author:
    Lyn Stilgoe,Dorothy Shreeve
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    Canterbury Press Norwich (October 1, 2001)
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The Round Tower Churches of Norfolk by Lyn Stilgoe and Dorothy Shreeve, Canterbury Press, Norwich .

The Round Tower Churches of Norfolk by Lyn Stilgoe and Dorothy Shreeve, Canterbury Press, Norwich; ISBN 1-85311-448-0. "Cockley Cley auction brings end to heritage site’s saga" EDP 16 October 2014.

Round-tower churches are a type of church found mainly in England, mostly in East Anglia; of about 185 surviving examples in the country, 124 are in Norfolk, 38 in Suffolk, six in Essex.

Round-tower churches are a type of church found mainly in England, mostly in East Anglia; of about 185 surviving examples in the country, 124 are in Norfolk, 38 in Suffolk, six in Essex, three in Sussex and two each in Cambridgeshire and Berkshire. There is evidence of about 20 round-tower churches in Germany, of similar design and construction to those in East Anglia

The Church of Denton St Mary is one of 124 existing round-tower churches in Norfolk. Retrieved 20 June 2009. The Round Tower Churches of Norfolk by Lyn Stilgoe and Dorothy Shreeve, Canterbury Press, Norwich; ISBN 1-85311-448-0.

The Church of Denton St Mary is one of 124 existing round-tower churches in Norfolk To the north-west at Darrow Green are the surviving earthworks of Denton Castle, a small medieval motte-and-bailey castle. Denton has an active Parish Council of seven members.

The church of Keswick All Saints is one of 124 existing round-tower churches in Norfolk. The Round Tower Churches of Norfolk by Lyn Stilgoe, illustrated by Dorothy Shreeve, 2001, Canterbury Press, Norwich; ISBN 1-85311-448-0. There was a small early church here, but it was demolished c 1598 to use the materials to repair Intwood’s round-tower church, when the two parishes were consolidated. The original east wall of the chancel still stands to the east of the existing church, and part of the tower could also be Saxon, although it was much repaired in 1893.

Start by marking The Round Tower Churches Of Norfolk as Want to Read . Tens of thousands of visitors each year are attracted to Norfolk's wealth of historic round tower churches, which are illustrated in this guide.

Start by marking The Round Tower Churches Of Norfolk as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The detailed drawings are matched by informative descriptions, and OS map references are included. Retrieved December 2, 2005. The Round Tower Churches of Norfolk" by Lyn Stilgoe, illustrated by Dorothy Shreeve, 2001, Canterbury Press, Norwich; ISBN 1-85311-448-0.

The Round Tower Churches of Norfolk by Lyn Stilgoe and Dorothy Shreeve, Canterbury Press, Norwich .

Round-tower churches are found in areas lacking normal building stone, and are therefore built of knapped flint. Lyn Stilgoe and Dorothy Shreeve, The Round Tower Churches of Norfolk, Canterbury Press, Norwich; ISBN 1-85311-448-0. Corners are difficult to construct in flint, hence the thick, round walls of the towers. The churches are found in areas subject to raids from, for example, the Vikings, and were built as defensive structures, churches being added later. Round tower churches "fan site" in English and German.

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Round-tower churches are a type of church found mainly in England, mostly in East . There is evidence of about 20 round-tower. In the great book Aylmerton is recorded by the names Almartune, Almertune, the main land holder being William de Warren and the main tenant Roger Bigot; the survey states that there is ½ a church.

Tens of thousands of visitors each year are attracted to Norfolk's wealth of historic round tower churches, which are illustrated in this guide. The detailed drawings are matched by informative descriptions, and OS map references are included.