A Tudor-period Tomb and Victorian Meddling: the Case of Sir Nicholas Lisle's Tomb Monument at Thruxton
The Victorian rebuilding of Thruxton church, and in particular the unusual priest's door and window in the chancel south wall, have attracted the attention of Nikolaus Pevsner and others. None have hitherto been aware of a mid-nineteenth century photograph that refutes any suggestion this work was carried out as a single project. Additionally, the tomb monument for Sir Nicholas Lisle is re-assessed and its architectural links to work in Winchester cathedral are explored.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2014
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