Fawcett R, Oram R & Luxford J (2010) Scottish medieval Parish churches: The evidence from the Dioceses of Dunblane and Dunkeld. The Antiquaries Journal, 90, pp. 261-298. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0003581509990436
The great majority of Scottish parish churches owe their present appearance to reconstructions carried out from the later eighteenth or nineteenth centuries. It was the view of the authors of this paper, however, that in many cases those reconstructions had been relatively superficial, and that medieval work might have survived under what could, in some cases, be little more than a modern veneer. To test this view, a survey was carried out of all medieval parish sites within the dioceses of Dunblane and Dunkeld. The findings from that survey are summarized in this paper.
; Architecture, Medieval Scotland; Architecture, Medieval Dunblane (Scotland); Architecture, Medieval Dunkeld (Scotland); Church architecture Scotland; Church architecture Dunblane (Scotland); Church architecture Dunkeld (Scotland)
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