Anglo-Saxon architecture


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Anglo-Saxon architecture

Anglo-Saxon architecture
The pre-Romanesque architecture of England before the
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45pm at the West House, West House Road, Bridgend, on Thursday, when the subject is Anglo-Saxon architecture.
Again exhibiting architectural ideals evidenced in Anglo-Saxon architecture, Heorot, like many buildings of heroic significance in Old English verse, is also described as rounded or arched, (16) most frequently with the term 'geap', which in Beowulf has connotations of both height and roundness: curved, vaulted, or spacious.
26) In similar fashion, the 'image vocabulary' of Anglo-Saxon architecture includes countless features that have acquired radically different meanings today from those in Anglo-Saxon times, yet some elements of this visual language manifest remarkable stability.
The doors are also made of timber, and, like many doors in actual Anglo-Saxon architecture, these have high arched frames.