Tudor architecture(redirected from Tudor architecure)
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The final development of Perpendicular style architecture during the reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII, preceding Elizabethan architecture. Characterized by Tudor arches, diaperwork, strapwork, labels and label stops over windows with mullions, ornate brick chimneys.
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