Fri 21 Nov 2014 @ 11:38
Reviewed in today's @ChurchTimes: Tudors, inter-faith and sacred spaces... http://t.co/rF2j1YRGwJ http://t.co/r8lO4erk7z
Author(s): John Schofield
'John Schofield is to be congratulated on bringing together the fruits of so much painstaking reseach to give us a better appreciation of the medieval glory that has departed forever.' 20120331 'The sheer quantity of data and analysis presented here will make it a staple reference work of church archaeology research and teaching for years to come, and its deft presentation of a wealth of interdisciplinary information should ensure that it serves as a template for future publications of cathedral excavations.' 'this is a magnificent and seminal volume, and it redounds greatly to the credit of English Heritage to have brought it to publication.' 'Thorough, fascinating and weighty without being elitist, this book ... is an unbeatable landmark publication.'
Dr. John Schofield is the Cathedral Archaeologist of St Paul's Cathedral in London. He was an archaeologist at the Museum of London, specialising in the archaeology of the City of London, from 1974 until 2008. He has written or edited several books about urban archaeology and the archaeology of London, particularly in the medieval and Tudor periods: notably The Building of London from the Conquest to the Great Fire (1984, 3rd ed 1999), Medieval London Houses (rev ed 2003) and London 1100-1600: the Archaeology of a Capital City (2011). He is now a freelance archaeologist and architectural historian.