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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)
Plate 41: Fonts 41
Plate 42: Carved Stonework in Churches 42
Plate 43: Wall Paintings 43
Plate 44: Church Screens etc 44
Plate 45: Church Screens etc 45
Plate 46: Woodwork in Churches 46
Plate 47: Woodwork in Churches 47
Plate 48: Brasses and Indents 48
Plate 49: Wall Monuments 49
Plate 50: Wall Monuments etc 50
Plate 51: Wall Monuments 51
Plate 52: Eighteenth-Century Wall Monuments 52
Plate 53: Miscellaneous Church Fittings 53
Plate 54: Church Plate 54
Plate 55: Church Plate 55
Plate 56: Royal Arms in Churches 56
Plate 57: Mediaeval Stone Buildings 57
Plate 58: Mediaeval Stone Buildings 58
Plate 59: Mediaeval Stone Buildings 59
Plate 60: Fourteenth-Century Timber-Framed Houses 60
Plate 61: Fourteenth-Century Timber-Framed Houses 61
Plate 62: Timber-Framed Houses 62
Plate 63: Timber-Framed Houses 63
Plate 64: Timber-Framed Houses 64
Plate 65: Timber-Framed Houses 65
Plate 66: Seventeenth-Century Timber-Framed Houses 66
Plate 67: Seventeenth-Century Timber-Framed Houses 67
Plate 68: Seventeenth-Century Stone Houses 68
Plate 69: Seventeenth-Century Stone Houses 69
Plate 70: Seventeenth-Century Stone Houses 70
Plate 71: No. 91 Crane Street 71
Plate 72: Late Seventeenth-Century and Early Eighteenth-Century Houses 72
Plate 73: Late Seventeenth-Century and Early Eighteenth-Century Houses 73
Plate 74: Late 17th and Early 18th-Century Houses 74
Plate 75: Eighteenth-Century Houses 75
Plate 76: Eighteenth-Century Houses 76
Plate 77: Eighteenth-Century Houses 77
Plate 78: Eighteenth-Century Street Fronts 78
Plate 79: Eighteenth-Century Street Fronts 79
Plate 80: Nineteenth-Century Street Fronts 80
Plate 81: White Hart Hotel 81
Plate 82: Mediaeval Roofs 82
Plate 83: Mediaeval Roofs 83
Plate 84: Mediaeval Wood Carving 84
Plate 85: Mediaeval Stone Carving 85
Plate 86: Seventeenth-Century Staircases 86
Plate 87: Seventeenth-Century Staircases 87
Plate 88: Eighteenth-Century Staircases 88
Plate 89: Eighteenth-Century Staircases 89
Plate 90: Mediaeval Stone Chimneypieces 90
Plate 91: Mediaeval Stone Chimneypieces etc 91
Plate 92: Seventeenth-Century Chimneypieces 92
Plate 93: Seventeenth-Century Plasterwork 93
Plate 94: Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Chimneypieces 94
Plate 95: Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Ornament 95
Plate 96: Interiors 96
Plate 97: Interiors 97
Plate 98: Eighteenth-Century Doorcases 98
Plate 99: Nineteenth-Century Doorcases 99
Plate 100: Minster Street and Silver Street 100
Plate 101: Queen Street, Houses of Cross Keys Chequer 101
Plate 102: High Street, Looking S.E. 102
Plate 103: S. Side of Crane Street 103
Plate 104: High Street, Looking N.E. 104
Plan 1: Map 1
Plan 2: Map 2
Plan 3: Map 3