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Ancient and Historical Monuments in the City of Salisbury

This Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England volume is entirely devoted to the city of Salisbury and the remains of Old Sarum. Note that the buildings of the Cathedral Close (including the cathedral itself) were reserved for later volumes, which were not published as part of this series.

RCHME Inventory Volumes. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1977.

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Table of contents

Title Page(s)
Frontispiece: Salisbury, Southern End of High Street
List of Illustrations v-xiii
Commissioners xiv
Foreword xv
The Royal Warrant xvii-xix
Report xx-xxiii
Sectional Preface xxv-lxiv
Old Sarum 1-24
Ecclesiastical Buildings 24-46
Major Secular Buildings 46-59
Market Place 59-62
Minster Street 63-64
Silver Street 64-65
Bridge Street 65
Butcher Row 65
Fish Row 65-66
High Street 66-72
Crane Street 72-78
New Street 78-80
Mitre Chequer 80-81
Cross Keys Chequer 81-89
Black Horse Chequer 89-92
Swayne's Chequer 93-94
Chequer on E. of Guilder Lane 94-95
New Street Chequer 95-107
Antelope Chequer 107-111
Trinity Chequer 111-113
Rolfe's Chequer 114-115
Barnard's Cross Chequer 115-116
White Hart Chequer 116-119
Marsh Chequer 119-120
Pound Chequer 120-121
South-East Chequer 121
St. Martin's Church Street 121-122
St. Ann's Street 122-129
Exeter Street 129-130
St. Nicholas' Road 130-131
Blue Boar Chequer 132-134
Three Swans Chequer 134-135
Three Cups Chequer 135-140
Griffin Chequer 140-141
Greencroft 141
White Horse Chequer 141-144
Gore's Chequer 144-145
Parsons Chequer 146
Vanner's Chequer 146-147
Castle Street 148-153
Endless Street 154-155
Bedwin Street 155-157
Fisherton Street 157-159
Church Street, Mill Road and Crane Bridge Road 159-160
Wilton Road 160-161
Bemerton Village 161-163
Devizes Road 164
Stratford-sub-Castle 164-167
Castle Hill 167-174
Abbreviations 175-176
Glossary 177-181
Monumental Heraldry in Salisbury 182-183
Analytical Index 185-199
Plate 1: Old Views, Salisbury From S. and Plan of Salisbury 1
Plate 2: Old Views, Old Council House, Guildhall and Poultry Cross 2
Plate 3: Old Views, St. Edmunds College 3
Plate 4: Old Views, The George Inn 4
Plate 5: Old Views, The George Inn 5
Plate 6: Old Views, The George Inn 6
Plate 7: Old Views, The George Inn and No. 49 New Canal 7
Plate 8: Old Views, Demolition of the Bishop's Guildhall 8
Plate 9: Old Views, Salisbury From the N.E., 'The Barracks', Church House 9
Plate 10: Old Views, St. Thomas's Church and Joiners' Hall 10
Plate 11: Old Views, Watercolours by J. Buckler 11
Plate 12: Old Plans, Bishop's Guildhall and Church House 12
Plate 13: Old Plans, The George Inn 13
Plate 14: Early Photographs 14
Plate 15: Early Photographs 15
Plate 16: William Naish's map of Salisbury 16
Plate 17: Vertical Air Photograph of Central Area. Remains of City Rampart Adjoining St. Edmund's College 17
Plate 18: Public Buildings, The Guildhall and St. Edmund's College 18
Plate 19: Bridges 19
Plate 20: Civic Insignia etc 20
Plate 21: Civic Insignia etc 21
Plate 22: Almshouses etc 22
Plate 23: Almshouses etc 23
Plate 24: Old Sarum, Iron Age Hill-fort 24
Plate 25: Old Sarum, Looking S. to New Sarum 25
Plate 26: Old Sarum, Air Views 26
Plate 27: Old Sarum, Courtyard House and West Gate 27
Plate 28: Old Sarum, Masonry, Courtyard House and Cathedral Treasury 28
Plate 29: Old Sarum, Carved Stones from Old Sarum Cathedral 29
Plate 30: Old Sarum Tomb-slabs 30
Plate 31: Churches, St. Martin's Church 31
Plate 32: Churches, St. Thomas's Church 32
Plate 33: Churches, St. Thomas's Church and St. Edmund's Church 33
Plate 34: Churches, St. Thomas's Church 34
Plate 35: Churches, St. Thomas's Church 35
Plate 36: Churches, St. Martin's Church 36
Plate 37: Churches, St. George's Church 37
Plate 38: Churches, St. Lawrence's Church, St. George's Church, St. Osmund's Church 38
Plate 39: Churches, St. Martin's Church 39
Plate 40: Piscinae 40