Plate 111: Carved Stone Capitals in Churches

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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Huntingdonshire. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1926.

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Carved Stone Capitals in Churches.

Great Paxton. S. Arcade, mid 11th-century.

Toseland. S. respond of Chancel-arch, mid 12th-century.

Haddon. N. respond of Chancel-arch, early 12th-century.

Alwalton. Second column of N. Arcade, c. 1190.

Alwalton. Third column of N. Arcade, early 13th-century.

N. Arcade, (a) First column from E.

S. Arcade. (f) First column from W.

N. Arcade. (d) Third column from W.

N. Arcade. (e) Second column from W.

Ramsey Church, c. 1180.