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Bridget Gillard slides the importance of considering use and making comparative assessments

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Presentations by Bridget Gillard, Registrar, The Devonshire Association. "The importance of considering use and making comparative assessments when determining the significance of Victorian and Early 20th Century church interiors: Reflections from a PhD study". The presentation was given for a session on "Debating Significance and Value" at a Conference on Parish Church Interiors in Changing Times", supported by Historic England

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Bridget Gillard slides the importance of considering use and making comparative assessments

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  2. 2. Theimportanceof consideringuseandmakingcomparative assessmentswhendeterminingthesignificanceof Victorian andEarly20th Centurychurchinteriors:Reflectionsfroma PhDstudy
  3. 3. St Andrew, Cullompton
  4. 4. Chancel, 1849-51
  5. 5. St John the Baptist, Plymtree
  6. 6. Comparison of materials
  7. 7. Comparison of plans
  8. 8. Comparison of features
  9. 9. Plymtree Church 15th century rood screen
  10. 10. St Andrew, Feniton, late 15th C screen
  11. 11. St James, Talaton, 15th century screen
  12. 12. St Dionysius, Bradninch, early 16th C screen, restored 1853
  13. 13. St Andrew Cullompton, late 15th century screen, Restored 1850
  14. 14. St Mary, Payhembury, late 15th century screen, Restored 1889

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