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Seven Deadly Sins

Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Corporal Works of Mercy:

Abbreviations, Brief Citations and Bibliography

 

Abbreviations

AJ - The Archaeological Journal

BL - British Library

BM - Burlington Magazine

GM - Gentleman's Magazine

JBAA - Journal of the British Archaeological Association

JWCI - Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes

NA - Norfolk Archaeology

RCHM - Royal Commission of Historical Monuments

VCH - Victoria History of the Counties of England

 

Brief Citations

Caiger-Smith (1963) - A.Caiger-Smith, English Medieval Mural Painting (Oxford 1963).

Duffy (1992) - E.Duffy, The Stripping of the Altars. Traditional Religion in England (New Haven and London 1992).

Keyser (1883) - C.E.Keyser, A List of Buildings in Great Britain and - Ireland having mural and other painted decorations (London 1883).

Rouse (1991) - E.C.Rouse, Medieval Wall Painting (Princess Risborough 1991).

Tristram (1944) - E.W.Tristram, English Medieval Wall Painting. The Twelfth Century (Oxford 1944).

Tristram (1950) - E.W.Tristram, English Medieval Wall Painting: The Thirteenth Century (Oxford 1950).

Tristram (1955) - E.W.Tristram, English Wall Painting of the Fourteenth Century (London 1955).

Wall (1914) - J.Wall, English Medieval Wall Painting (London 1914).

 

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BENNETT, A., 'A book designed for a noblewoman: an illustrated Manuel des Péches of the thirteenth century', in Medieval Book Production. Assessing the Evidence, ed.L.L.Brownrigg (Vermont 1990).

BENTON, G. MONTAGU. and TRISTRAM, E.W., 'Wall-Paintings in Essex churches: wall-paintings formerly in the churches of Felsted and Great Chishill', Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, NS 17 (1926), 28-36.

BINSKI, P., Westminster Abbey and the Plantagenets : kingship and the representation of power, 1200-1400 (New Haven and London 1995).

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BOYLE, L.E., 'The Oculus Sacerdotis and some other works by William of Pagula', TRHS, 5th s, 5 (1955), 81-110.

CAMILLE, M., 'The Book of Signs: Writing and Visual Difference in Gothic Manuscript Illumination', Word and Image, 2 (1985).

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DAVIDSON, C., The Guild Chapel Wall Paintings at Stratford-upon-Avon (New York 1988).

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EDWARDS, J., 'English medieval wall-paintings: some nineteenth-century hazards', AJ, 146 (1989), 465-475.

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TUPPER, F., 'Chaucer and the Seven Deadly Sins', Proceedings of the Modern Language Association, 29 (1914), 93-128.

TURNER, B., 'The patronage of John of Northampton', JBAA, 138 (1985), 89-100.

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VINCENT-CASSY, M., 'Un modèle français: les cavalcades des septs péchés capitaux dans les églises rurales de la fin du XVe siècle', in Artistes, Artisans et Production Artistique au Moyen Age, III, Fabrication et Consommation de l'Oeuvre, eds X.Barrad, I.Altet (Paris 1990), 473-481.

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YATES, N.W., Rug Chapel, Llangar Church and Gwydir Uchaf Chapel (CADW, Cardiff 1993).

 

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