you might take a look at Peter Lasko's _Ars Sacra_ (in the Pelican
History of Art series, out in a new[?] edition).
also might be some background in the old reliable [Fernand] Cabrol & Henri[?]
Leclercq, _Dictionnaire d'archéologie chrétienne et de
liturgie_, 1907- ; though i'm not sure what article to look under:
the DACL officially ends with things carolingian, but if you could actually
find the subject discussed in it, that discussion would be
thorough and founded on the sources. a bit dated, of course. but then, so
are we all.
what are you working on?
At 01:46 PM 1/8/01 +0000, you wrote:
> I'm gathering information on the positions of shrines in
>British and Northern French churches in the c10th and c11th and would
>be grateful for any help - references, surviving evidence etc. By the
>way the church I am working on does not have a crypt.
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