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[Bibliography & Endnotes] To what degree were classical influences on architecture adopted and adapted in Welsh building styles 1500-1800?
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1. Peter Murray, Architecture of the Italian Renaissance (London, 1963) P.11
2. Pallister, The Age of Elizabeth, p.434.
3. Michael Reed. p.135.
4. Michael Reed p.134.
5. John B Hilling, The Historic architecture of Wales (Cardiff University Press, 1976), p.106.
6. Enid Roberts, Everyday life in the homes of the Gentry in Gwynfor Jones, Class, Community and Culture in Tudor Wales (Cardiff University Press, 1989) p.167.
7. Pallister. op.cit., p.432.
8. Pallister, ibid., p.414.
ESSAY BY HEATHER SHARNETTE