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" This must be known, however, that the new work is higher than the old by so much as the upper windows of the body of the choir, as well as of its aisles, are raised above the marble tabling. And as in future ages it may be doubtful why the breadth which... "
Medieval Cathedrals - Page 225
by William W. Clark - 2006 - 272 pages
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The Architectural History of Canterbury Cathedral

Robert Willis - Cathedrals - 1845 - 141 pages
...windows of the body of the choir, as well as of its aisles, are raised above the marble tabling. And as in future ages it may be doubtful why the breadth...causes thereof. "One reason is, that the two towers of St.Anselm and of St. Andrew, placed in the circuit on each side of the old church, would not allow...
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Gothic Art 1140-c. 1450: Sources and Documents

Teresa Grace Frisch - Art - 1987 - 181 pages
...church, I did not consider it superfluous to give the reasons.17 One reason is, that the two [surviving] towers of St. Anselm and of St. Andrew, placed in the circuit of each side of the old church [flanking the passage around the older choir on both sides], would not...
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