The House that Aldhelm built? Dating Technique Currently accepted art-historical methods used for dating pre-Norman churches are the dating in bradford on avon of primary and secondary dating techniques. Historical evidence is considered most valuable if it is contemporary or close to contemporary. It must also contain an adequate enough description of the structure to ensure that the building in the document and the building being examined are the same. There are obvious limits to this type of evidence. It is most likely to have been built on the site of a Saxon Minster; possibly the 7th century church founded by St Aldhelm and mentioned by William of Malmesbury. There is a possibility that the very earliest church was built close to Lady Well in Newtown but there is little archaeological evidence for Saxon settlement in Bradford. As built the church consisted of a chancel, nave and probably a tower. In the early 14th century the current tower foundations were built; the chancel was extended and a Lady Chapel was added on the north east side. In the early 15th century a chantry to St.
Всеволод КузнецовВладимир АнтоникЕлена СоловьеваВладимир ВихровДенис Беспалый. вперед, к новым радостям и разочарованиям, потерянным друзьям и обретенным мечтам, к проступкам и преступлениям. Смертельная схватка неизбежна.