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34864Ref - 15719Nigel SaulD. Turner, the manor and the feudal construction of space : a rejoinder / Surrey History, VII : 22005E/66.3
34865Ref - 1158J T SmithTimber-framed building in England : its development and regional differences / Studies in medieval domestic architecture1975B/04.2
34866Ref - 1158J T SmithMedieval aisled halls and their derivatives / Studies in medieval domestic architecture1975B/01.3
34867Ref - 1158J T SmithMedieval roofs : a classification / Studies in medieval domestic architecture1975B/05.60
34868Ref - 1158P A FaulknerDomestic planning from the twelfth to the fourteenth centuries / Studies in medieval domestic architecture1975B/03
34869Ref - 1158P A FaulknerMedieval undercrofts and town houses / Studies in medieval domestic architecture1975B/06.9
34870Ref - 1158Anthony EmeryDartington Hall, Devonshire / Studies in medieval domestic architecture1975B/22
3487123632Peter R PrestonCathedral and monastic church roofs: a critical analysis of their heritage values with a view to better conservation management2015DIS B/26Presto
3487223633Peter R PrestonCathedral and monastic church roofs: a critical analysis of their heritage values with a view to better conservation management. Appendices2015DIS B/26Presto
3487423634Francis D MasonFactors influencing the presence and survival of vernacular cob buildings in the New Forest2014DIS B/04.5Mason,
3487623635Richard Hayes-HallMinimally invasive tree-ring sequencing for the dating of historic timber structures: a preliminary study2014DIS B/03.31Hayes-
3487723636P H FirebraceTo carry out experiments to investigate the efficacy of vacuum injection as a method of repairing timber damaged by deathwatch beetle2014DIS B/10.2Firebr
3487823637J WatfordShould the preservation of listed public houses with distinct layouts of rooms have them duly recognised as a national tradition in plan form and be i\\ 2014DIS B/25.1Watfor
3488023638Austen DorresteynHistoric wood in Dutch heritage buildings. Perspectives, views, opinions and practices among heritage professionals in the Netherlands2015DIS B/05.2Dorres
3488223640V G ColemanHow have changes to London's Queen Anne baroque churches influenced their significance and future viability?2014DIS B/26Colema
3488323641J R BateFactors affecting likelihood of enforcement action and successful prosecutions by Local Planning Authoriities for offences under the Planning (Listed \\ 2014DIS B/01.6Bate,
3488423642T J BeldenCan windmill brake wheels be made safer without altering the existing historic fabric to help prevent friction induced fires during strong winds?2015DIS B/24.6Belden
3488523643J N JoubertThe origins and development of the medieval queen post roofs of East Anglia : North Suffolk & South Norfolk2014DIS B/05.61Jouber
3488623644Madeleine HorrocksThe survival rates of leaded lights to interwar houses and an assessment of the impact of their loss2014DIS B/06.3Horroc
3488723645J B O'CallaghanUnderstanding the significance of nineteenth-century restorations of medieval churches2014DIS B/26O'Call
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