Figure credits

Figure

Page number

Source/Credit

Frontispiece

ii, xvi

John Ashurst

Jerash

xxiii

Gionata Rizzi

I.2

xxv-xxvii

John Ashurst

I.3

xxviii

Michael Williams

I.4

xxviii

Agence photographique Roger-Viollet

Short story

xxxii-xlii

John Ashurst

Pevensey

xxxix

John Ashurst

Kirby Hall

xxxix

Graham Abrey

Hatshepsut

xxxx

Asi Shalom

Parthenon

xxxx

Catherine Woolfitt

Tel Beit She'an

1

John Ashurst

Stoa of the Athenians

1

Catherine Woolfitt

Pompeii

2

Catherine Woolfitt

Herculaneum

2

Gionata Rizzi

2.0

10

John Ashurst

2.1

12

John Ashurst

2.2

13

Chris How

2.3

14

John Ashurst

2.4-2.7

14-17

Chris How

2.8-2.10

17-18

John Ashurst

2.11-2.22

20 -24

Chris How

2.23

25

John Ashurst

2.24-62

26-43

Chris How

3.0

44

Graham Abrey

3.1-3.10

55

Graham Abrey

3.11

57

John Ashurst

3.12-3.14

62, 63, 67

Graham Abrey

3.15, 3.16

69, 72

Graham Abrey, based on drawings by WS Atkins

3.17

73

Graham Abrey

3.18

74

Graham Abrey and John Ashurst

3.19

75

Plowman Craven Associates

3.20

77

Graham Abrey and John Ashurst

4.0

82

Catherine Woolfitt

4.1-4.5

84-90

John Ashurst

4.6, 4.7, 4.8

91, 92

Colin Burns

4.9-4.17

92-100

John Ashurst

4.18-4.27

101-105

Colin Burns

4.28-4.35

106-110

John Ashurst

4.36-4.38

111-112

Colin Burns

4.39-4.43

112-116

John Ashurst

4.44, 4.45

117, 118

Colin Burns

4.46, 4.47

118, 119

John Ashurst

4.48, 4.49

120, 121

Colin Burns

4.50-4.69

122-139

John Ashurst

4.70

140

Asi Shalom

4.71-5.76

141-144

John Ashurst

5.0

146

5.1

149

Graham Abrey

Figure

Page number

Source/Credit

5.2-5.4

151-153

Catherine Woolfitt

5.5

154

Asi Shalom

5.6, 5.7

155, 156

Catherine Woolfitt

5.8

157

John Ashurst

5.9-5.13

161-165

Catherine Woolfitt

5.14, 5.15

166, 167

Courtesy of Museum of London Archaeology Service

5.16, 5.17

169, 170

John Ashurst

5.18

172

Graham Abrey

5.19-5.23

173-180

Catherine Woolfitt

5.24, 5.25

181, 182

Orit Bortnik

5.26

182

John Ashurst

5.27, 5.28

183, 184

Courtesy of the Austrian Archaeological Institute

5.29, 5.30

185

John Ashurst

5.31

186-189

Catherine Woolfitt

6.0

194

Courtesy of The Blackburn Museum

6.1-6.8

196-203

John Ashurst

6.9

204

Colin Burns

6.10-6.12

205, 206

John Ashurst

6.13

210

Sara Ferraby and John Ashurst

7.0

212

John Ashurst

7.1-7.12

213-229

Jason Bolton

7.13

230

Courtesy of the Archaeological Diving Company

7.14, 7.15

231, 232

Jason Bolton

8.0

234

Colin Burns

8.1

236

John Ashurst and Colin Burns. Reproduced courtesy of Getty

Conservation Institute

8.2-8.8

237-245

John Ashurst

9.0

246

Asi Shalom

9.1

250

John Ashurst

9.2

251

Amanda White (2005)

9.3a

252

John Ashurst

9.3b

252

Elisabeth Vause

9.4, 9.5

253, 254

John Ashurst

9.6, 9.7

256, 257

Helen Thomas (2005)

9.8

258

John Ashurst

9.9, 9.10

259

Peter Ranson

9.11

262

John Ashurst

10.0

264

John Ashurst

10.1-10.14

266-278

Catherine Woolfitt

10.15, 10.16

279, 280

INNPA

10.17-10.20

281-285

John Ashurst

10.21-10.24

286-289

Asi Shalom

10.25

289

John Ashurst

10.26

290

Catherine Woolfitt

10.27-10.30

291-293

John Ashurst

10.31-2.33

293-294

Asi Shalom

10.34-10.45

295 -305

John Ashurst

11.0

306

John Ashurst

Appendix 1

309-311

John Ashurst, first appeared in Mortars, Plasters and Renders in

Conservation (1983), J. Ashurst, Ecclesiastical Architects' and Surveyors'

Association, London

Appendix 2

319-324

John Ashurst

Appendix 2

326 -330

Information provided by Mann Williams acting as term consultants

for CADW

A4.1

332

John Ashurst

A4.2-A4.4

335 -336

Reproduced with permission of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas

A4.5, A4.6

337

Rachel Sabino-Gunaratna

Knowlton Church and Rings are a good example of a Scheduled Ancient Monument in England. Located in the ancient landscape of Cranborne Chase and surrounded by barrow cemeteries and earthworks, the church is eleventh century but much altered in the fourteenth century. Remarkably, it stands within a well-preserved ceremonial Neolithic Henge monument of c. 2500 BC. Consolidation of flint core work, tamping and pointing, the use of rendered brick structural supports and bronze corbel bars are classic interventions of the Ancient Monuments Division of the Ministry of Public Building and Works (c. 1950). Scale by Sam the retriever.

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