The countryside, towns and cities of Britain are full of churches. They represent some of the most iconic, beautiful and occasionally bizarre buildings in the country....
A gripping and gruesome history of crypts around the world, full of archive images of long-gone or inaccessible sites.
Born into an old Cumbrian family, heiress to an industrial fortune, Sarah combined a zest for progress with a love of the past. In the church, her masterpiece, she let...
St Martin's has a long history stretching back more than eight hundred years. Its clergy and congregation have always been interesting and often eccentric (two vicars became archbishops and two...
Peter Marlow; Martin Barnes; John...
A unique photographic record of the Anglican cathedrals of England, with an overview of the architectural importance of each cathedral, and an introduction on ecclesiastical photography. The English Cathedral is...
Paul Adams; Eddie Brazil; Peter...
Paranormal historian Paul Adams and writer and photographer Eddie Brazil join Peter Underwood, the UK's most experienced ghost hunter and respected author of over fifty books on the supernatural, in...
Stephen Turnbull; Peter Dennis
From the 10th century onwards the great monastic foundations of Nara and Mount Hiei maintained large armies of warlike monks, a practice that was later followed by...
Keith Jones; Louise Hampson; Richard...
From its position at the heart of the ancient city of York, York Minster has for centuries formed the focus of a community, while performing a national role as the...
Thirty-six beautiful and historic churches in England, maintained by the Churches Conservation Trust, described and photographed by Matthew Byrne.
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Britain's cathedrals remain potent symbols of religious continuity. Their purpose was to reveal God's majesty, to declare the supremacy of the Church and the devotion of the men who built...
Simon Jenkins has previously written enormously successful guides to the churches and great houses of England; here he turns his attention to Wales. Using the same system of star ratings...
Denis R. McNamara; Henry Tilney
This handy, easy-to-carry book will provide the reader with a strictly visual approach to reading the architecture of the church.