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Prof. Tim Ayers
History of Art Department, University of York

For a specialist in English art and architecture of the later middle ages, it is a wonderful opportunity to be able to research this richly documented palace chapel, at the very heart of royal government. It makes a stimulating point of contrast with my recent work on ecclesiastical and educational institutions. I am editing the medieval building accounts for the chapel, exploring their potential for multidisciplinary study, focusing upon issues of craft and time. I am also responsible for ‘Virtual St Stephen’s’, an online reconstruction of the building and its interiors at different points in their history.

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  • A reminder of one of our more singular blog posts: from John the Evangelist to John the Investigator. Lots more on the website 1 day 1 hour ago
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  • Working on my chapter for and realising that I might need half a book to myself given how far over the word limit it is. 3 weeks 6 days ago
  • Congratulations to our Dr Elizabeth Hallam Smith on award to research St Stephen's Cloister ! 1 month 1 week ago