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Edit history for Early English page[edit]

  • 08:55, 10 April 2007 Charles Matthews (Talk | contribs) m (lk)
  • 23:37, 10 February 2007 70.252.75.220 (Talk)
  • 16:43, 10 February 2007 SiGarb (Talk | contribs) (reinstated sentence about "simple, austere" style and "aspiring heavenward" (it is a religious building style, after all!))
  • 13:47, 10 February 2007 87.217.116.167 (Talk) (→Characteristics of the style)
  • 16:43, 27 January 2007 MinxBastet (Talk | contribs) m (Deleted an obvious prank sentence ("sam iz so so kool lad!!!") from the end of the second paragraph.)
  • 19:00, 24 January 2007 86.1.23.113 (Talk)
  • 16:27, 17 January 2007 Kyle the bot (Talk | contribs) m (robot Adding: de:Early English)
  • 06:45, 8 January 2007 Euchiasmus (Talk | contribs) m (RETF Typos: stucturally → structurally, using AWB)
  • 05:34, 15 December 2006 Mais oui! (Talk | contribs) (cat, link)
  • 00:17, 19 November 2006 Jreferee (Talk | contribs) m (Added/modified link for existing text to direct link to proper destination)
  • 22:30, 6 November 2006 Euchiasmus (Talk | contribs) m (RETF Typos: charateristic → characteristic, using AWB)
  • 17:38, 24 October 2006 Giano II (Talk | contribs) (link to lancet window)
  • 11:45, 15 September 2006 Thruston (Talk | contribs) m (fix link)
  • 15:43, 12 July 2006 164.36.38.240 (Talk) (Durham)
  • 15:37, 27 June 2006 Kummi (Talk | contribs) m (iw fi)
  • 23:33, 4 May 2006 Amandajm (Talk | contribs) m (→Characteristics of the style)
  • 23:33, 2 May 2006 Bhoeble (Talk | contribs) m
  • 07:43, 25 April 2006 Amandajm (Talk | contribs)
  • 11:50, 8 March 2006 Haukurth (Talk | contribs) m (Pywikipedia-assisted fixes of common spelling errors.)
  • 19:22, 14 January 2006 Ham (Talk | contribs) m (Category:Gothic architecture)
  • 11:40, 13 January 2006 SiGarb (Talk | contribs) (added interior pic; removed untypical Wells pic; added further info & wikilinks)
  • 23:35, 12 January 2006 Mitsukai (Talk | contribs) (→Characteristics of the style - disambiguation link repair (You can help!))
  • 23:29, 12 January 2006 Mitsukai (Talk | contribs) (→Characteristics of the style - disambiguation link repair (You can help!))
  • 22:12, 12 January 2006 SiGarb (Talk | contribs) (combined with Early English (architecture))
  • 16:42, 12 January 2006 Mitsukai (Talk | contribs) m
  • 16:29, 12 January 2006 Mitsukai (Talk | contribs) (disambiguation link repair (You can help!))
  • 14:47, 8 November 2005 DanielCD (Talk | contribs) m
  • 09:09, 8 November 2005 Kjkolb (Talk | contribs) (created)
  • 09:01, 8 November 2005 Kjkolb (Talk | contribs)


Edit history for Decorated Period page[edit]

  • 00:26, 30 March 2007 71.232.226.107 (Talk)
  • 15:24, 17 March 2007 72.185.68.228 (Talk) (→External links)
  • 18:14, 16 January 2007 Kyle the bot (Talk | contribs) m (robot Adding: de:Decorated Style)
  • 00:56, 8 December 2006 Mcginnly (Talk | contribs) (→External links - removed stub - it's at least a start and nearly a B I reckon)
  • 21:53, 7 December 2006 SiGarb (Talk | contribs) (standardised n-dashes and double quote marks; caps for "Middle Pointed")
  • 05:19, 21 November 2006 Opie (Talk | contribs) m (→Elements of the Decorated style - rm vandalism)
  • 00:17, 19 November 2006 Jreferee (Talk | contribs)
  • 02:39, 26 October 2006 69.108.111.94 (Talk) (→Elements of the Decorated style)
  • 01:40, 16 October 2006 STBot (Talk | contribs) m (clean up using AWB)
  • 11:53, 7 September 2006 Mcginnly (Talk | contribs) (rv my last edit - middle pointed already mentioned.)
  • 11:52, 7 September 2006 Mcginnly (Talk | contribs)
  • 10:27, 31 August 2006 212.56.97.238 (Talk)
  • 03:33, 8 July 2006 Opie (Talk | contribs) m (→Elements of the Decorated style - linked crossing (architecture))
  • 16:53, 7 March 2006 Pissant (Talk | contribs) (remove hard-coded image sizes)
  • 21:44, 1 February 2006 SiGarb (Talk | contribs) (merged with "Decorated Gothic")
  • 17:49, 31 January 2006 Ham (Talk | contribs) m (merge|Decorated Gothic)
  • 08:55, 8 November 2005 Kjkolb (Talk | contribs) (created)

Edit history for Perpendicular Period page[edit]

  • 20:04, 6 June 2007 85.49.215.38 (Talk) (5,586 bytes)
  • 20:03, 6 June 2007 85.49.215.38 (Talk) (5,586 bytes)
  • 13:13, 30 April 2007 Wetman (Talk | contribs) (5,557 bytes) (rv embedded vandalism)
  • 12:33, 30 April 2007 63.166.226.83 (Talk) (5,559 bytes)
  • 20:39, 26 April 2007 87.194.217.186 (Talk) (5,557 bytes)
  • 11:15, 12 January 2007 Mcginnly (Talk | contribs) (→References)
  • 01:20, 9 November 2006 64.81.27.194 (Talk)
  • 16:41, 6 November 2006 86.143.54.84 (Talk)
  • 13:54, 7 October 2006 StefanB sv (Talk | contribs) m (iw +sv)
  • 17:51, 22 August 2006 Mcginnly (Talk | contribs) (→Notable examples - linked st. giles)
  • 18:14, 6 July 2006 Ken Gallager (Talk | contribs) (→Notable examples - disambig Mason)
  • 09:56, 4 July 2006 Immanuel Giel (Talk | contribs) (de)
  • 07:33, 18 June 2006 Jdforrester (Talk | contribs) (→Notable examples - Add link the H7 chapel; it's in Westminster /Abbey/, not Cathedral!)
  • 23:15, 16 June 2006 80.229.227.31 (Talk)
  • 16:05, 3 April 2006 SiGarb (Talk | contribs) m (dashes etc)
  • 15:58, 3 April 2006 SiGarb (Talk | contribs) (slight edit; added pics)
  • 23:07, 2 April 2006 86.140.146.108 (Talk) (→Notable examples)
  • 00:14, 23 March 2006 SiGarb (Talk | contribs) (Merged with Perpendicular (architecture), added para breaks & headings, added & redirected wikilinks etc etc etc)
  • 00:31, 22 March 2006 Wetman (Talk | contribs) m (added missing word)
  • 00:31, 22 March 2006 Wetman (Talk | contribs)
  • 20:32, 8 February 2006 Neddyseagoon (Talk | contribs) (Eton etc)
  • 20:00, 14 January 2006 Ham (Talk | contribs) (pic & cat)
  • 09:17, 8 November 2005 Kjkolb (Talk | contribs) (created)


We now have a page on English Gothic architecture[edit]

So, if we don't have any objections, I'll delete the three that this is made from. --Amandajm 14:46, 23 June 2007 (UTC)

Merging the three page histories, of course.--Wetman 03:41, 17 July 2007 (UTC)

Use of the term restored[edit]

The pic of Bath Abbey had in its caption just a single word of description- "restored".

I've removed it for a couple of reasons. 1. Every single one of these buildings has been restored/conserved, so it is redundant to mention it in this case. 2. While the term "conserved" is generally applied to the preservation, superficial repair, cleaning and protection of monuments, the word "restored" is often applied in the most extreme sense of "put back" eg. The spire of Chichester Cathedral which fell in 1860 was "restored".

So, in the case of Bath Abbey we are looking at a vault that has been repaired and cleaned. If indeed it has been completely replaced, then the approximate date should be stated.

Amandajm (talk) 01:31, 19 November 2007 (UTC)

A few pictures would help[edit]

It is hard to get an idea about the different periods of Engish Gothic architecture (Early English, Decorated (Geometric / Curvilinear), Perpendicular) without a few relevant and enlightening pictures... —Preceding unsigned comment added by Cvereb (talkcontribs) 22:45, 14 February 2008 (UTC)

The illus. of "Westminster Hall in the Palace of Westminster, London as drawn by Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Pugin for Ackermann's Microcosm of London (1808-11)," as its page carefully states, is called "early 18th century" in the caption. I haven't been encouraged to read the article. Is it really this bad? --Wetman (talk) 17:33, 18 April 2008 (UTC)

Good Grief! Amandajm (talk) 04:06, 19 April 2008 (UTC)

(I'll have to get back to this article.)

Lancet Gothic[edit]

No other reference to why Early English nomenclature became Lancet Gothic, little extra online. All my hard copies call it EE (although most are conservative academically). Any more info? Fremsley (talk) 23:09, 2 July 2010 (UTC)

I'll see what I can find. Amandajm (talk) 03:40, 3 July 2010 (UTC)