List of Illustrations

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'List of Illustrations', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 5: Archaeology and Churches in Northampton (1985), pp. 15-18. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=126617 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Maps 1–7 are folded in the pocket at the back of the book. Figs. 1–17 are printed in the book and Figs. 18–39 appear in the micro-fiche. The arrangement of the micro-fiche is described on p. 73.

GENERAL
Physical setting of NorthamptonMap 1 in pocket
Geology of NorthamptonMap 2 in pocket
Medieval settlement and parishes within NorthamptonMap 3 in pocket
Early Prehistoric sites and findsMap 4 in pocket
Iron Age and Roman sites and findsMap 5 in pocket
Saxon and medieval sites and findsMap 6 in pocket
PARISHES
1 ABINGTON
(3) Parish church of St. Peter and St. Paul Outline planFig. 18 p. 203
Exterior from S.Pl. 22
Nave. Interior from S.W.Pl. 22
Drawing by Wright, probably c. 1800Pl. 36
(6) Deserted villageFig. 19 p. 208
Plan of village in 1671Fig. 20 p. 209
2 BILLING, GREAT
(4) Iron Age enclosureFig. 21 p. 216
(14) Parish church of St. Andrew. Outline planFig. 22 p. 220
Exterior from E.Pl. 23
Interior from W.Pl. 23
3 BILLING, LITTLE
(6) Parish church of All Saints. Outline planFig. 23 p. 228
Exterior from S.Pl. 24
Interior from W.Pl. 24
FontPl. 35
5 COLLINGTREE
(1) Parish church of St. Columba. Outline planFig. 24 p. 235
Exterior. Nave, N. wallPl. 25
Interior from W.Pl. 25
6 DALLINGTON
(1) Enclosures, pit alignments, ring ditchFig. 2 p. 32
(2) Causewayed enclosure(?), henge(?), pit alignmentFig. 2 p. 32; Pl. 1
(3) Enclosures, trackway(?)Fig. 2 p. 32
(4) Enclosures, ring ditches, pit alignment, trackways(?)Fig. 2 p. 32
(7) Parish church of St. Mary. Outline planFig. 25 p. 243
Exterior from S.Pl. 26
Interior from W.Pl. 26
Romanesque carved fragmentPl. 35
(8) FishpondsFig. 26 p. 247
7 DUSTON
(6) Parish church of St. Luke. PlanFig. 27 p. 258
Development plansFig. 28 p. 259
Exterior from W.Pl. 27
Interior from W.Pl. 27
9 HARDINGSTONE
(6–19, 21, 22) Hunsbury complex.Fig. 3 p. 35
(7) Briar Hill causewayed enclosureFig. 1 p. 31
(10) Iron Age enclosure from S.E. (CUAP)Pl. 1
(14) Hunsbury hill fortFig. 4 p. 37
From S. (CUAP)Pl. 2
Ditch from N.W.Pl. 2
(20) Parish church of St. Edmund. Outline planFig. 29 p. 286
Exterior from N.Pl. 28
Interior from E.Pl. 28
10 HOUGHTON, GREAT
(9) Parish church of St. Mary. Exterior from S.E. in early 19th century by George Clarke (Northamptonshire Libraries)Pl. 29
Interior from W.Pl. 29
11 KINGSTHORPE
(1) EnclosuresFig. 30 p. 302
(7) Parish church of St. John the Baptist. PlanFig. 31 p. 305
Exterior from S.E.Pl. 30
Drawing by Thomas Trotter c. 1800Pl. 36
Interior from S.W.Pl. 31
Chancel. North arcade from N.W.Pl. 30
Crypt from N.W.Pl. 30
14 MOULTON
(2) Third-century AD building (NDC)Pl. 3
15 MOULTON PARK
(2) Deer parkFig. 32 p. 318
(3) Moated siteFig. 32 p. 318
16 NORTHAMPTON
Religious sites and parishes within the medieval boroughMap 7 in pocket
Street planFig. 6 p. 45
Location of sites and monumentsFig. 7 p. 49
Air photograph of town centre in 1956Pl. 6
Northampton in 1610 by John SpeedFig. 8 p. 51
Land of St. Andrew's Priory in 1632 by Marcus Pierce (Browne and Wells/NRO)Pl. 7
South-west prospect of Northampton, 1726, by Collins and Harris (Northamptonshire Libraries)Pl. 8
South-west prospect of Northampton, 1731, by Buck (Northamptonshire Libraries)Pl. 8
Northampton in 1746 by Noble and Butlin (Northamptonshire Libraries)Pl. 9
Northampton in 1807 by Roper and Cole (Northamptonshire Libraries)Pl. 10
Northampton in 1847 by Wood and Law (Northamptonshire Libraries)Pl. 11
(8) Saxon palace complex. PlanFig. 5 p. 42
Excavations on 7th-century timber palace from W. (NDC)Frontispiece
Remains of 8th-century stone palace (NDC)Pl. 4
Remains of mortar mixer, 8th-century (NDC)Pl. 4
(20) Former hospital of St. John. PlanFig. 15 p. 65
Plan of hospital in c. 1870Fig. 16 p. 65
(21) Parish church of All Saints. Plan and details of cryptFig. 14 p. 63
West front c. 1945. Photograph by G.B. MasonPl. 20
South side from S.E.Pl. 20
Interior from E.Pl. 21
Interior from W.Pl. 21
(22) Parish church of the Holy Sepulchre. PlanFig. 11 p. 59
Reconstruction of 12th-century church. Plan and sectionFig. 12 p. 60
Exterior from E.Pl. 16
Twelfth-century circular nave and aisle from S.Pl. 16
Circular arcade and aisle from E.Pl. 17
Circular arcade. Detail of columnsPl. 17
Circular arcade. Outlines of 12th-century vault and blocked windowsPl. 17
(23) Parish church of St. Giles. Plan and reconstruction of chancel sectionFig. 13 p. 62
Development plansFig. 33 p. 362
Exterior from S.W.Pl. 18
Exterior from N.W.Pl. 18
Interior from W.Pl. 19
Interior of chancel from S.E.Pl. 19
(24) Parish church of St. Peter. PlanFig. 9 p. 58
Section through nave looking E.Fig. 10 p. 58
Exterior from N.W.Pl. 12
Tower. West facePl. 12
Tower. South facePl. 12
Interior from W.Pl. 13
South arcade from N.W.Pl. 13
Interior from E.Pl. 13
Tower arch, S. sidePl. 13
Carved capitalsPls. 14, 15
(51) Remains of 15th-century houses in St. Peter's Street (NDC)Pl. 5
Late-medieval drying oven from S. (NDC)Pl. 5
19 UPTON
(4) Church of St. Michael. PlanFig. 34 p. 404
Exterior from S.Pl. 32
Chancel. South doorwayPl. 35
Interior from W.Pl. 32
(6) Deserted villageFig. 17 p. 69
(7) Garden remainsFig. 17 p. 69
(8) FishpondsFig. 35 p. 411
20 WESTON FAVELL
(7) Parish church of St. Peter. PlanFig. 36 p. 417
Exterior from S.Pl. 33
Interior from E.Pl. 33
Tower. West doorwayPl. 35
(10) FishpondsFig. 37 p. 420
21 WOOTTON
(4) Ring ditches and enclosuresFig. 3 p. 35
(8) Roman villaFig. 3 p. 35
PlanFig. 38 p. 425
Remains of bath suite from S. (NDC)Pl. 3
(10) Parish church of St. George. PlanFig. 39 p. 428
Exterior from S.Pl. 34
Interior from E.Pl. 34