The Kynges New Haull: A Response to Jonathan Foyle's 'Reconstruction of Thomas Wolsey's Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace

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    The Kynges New Haull: A Response to Jonathan Foyle's 'Reconstruction of Thomas Wolsey'sGreat Hall at Hampton Court Palace'Author(s): Daphne Ford and Michael TurnerSource: Architectural History, Vol. 47 (2004), pp. 53-76Published by: SAHGB Publications LimitedStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1568816 .Accessed: 16/06/2014 02:05

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    Issue Table of ContentsArchitectural History, Vol. 47 (2004), pp. i-vi+1-396Front Matter [pp. i-vi]Tomb Architecture of Dynastic China: Old and New Questions [pp. 1-24]Fit for a King? The Architecture of the Beauchamp Chapel [pp. 25-52]The Kynges New Haull: A Response to Jonathan Foyle's 'Reconstruction of Thomas Wolsey's Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace' [pp. 53-76]Functionality, Commemoration and Civic Competition: A Study of Early Seventeenth-Century Workhouse Design and Building in Reading and Newbury [pp. 77-112]Robert Hooke's Collection of Architectural Books and Prints [pp. 113-125]Robert Morris, Architecture, and the Scientific Cast of Mind in Early Eighteenth-Century England [pp. 127-138]The Romanesque Revival in Britain, 1800-1840: William Gunn, William Whewell, and Edmund Sharpe [pp. 139-158]Inside outside: Changing Attitudes Towards Architectural Models in the Museums at South Kensington [pp. 159-200]Clarity or Camouflage? The Development of Constructional Polychromy in the 1850s and Early 1860s [pp. 201-226]The Industry Palace of the 1873 World's Fair: Karl von Hasenauer, John Scott Russell, and New Technology in Nineteenth-Century Vienna [pp. 227-250]'Imperial Monumental Halls and Tower': Westminster Abbey and the Commemoration of Empire, 1854-1904 [pp. 251-282]Emily Meynell Ingram and Holy Angels, Hoar Cross, Staffordshire: A Study in Patronage [pp. 283-328]Basil Oliver and the End of the Arts and Crafts Movement [pp. 329-360]Modern Architecture in Post-Colonial Ghana and Nigeria [pp. 361-392]Back Matter [pp. 393-396]

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