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Rouse, E. Clive (Edward Clive), 1901-1997 National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of Israel

Rouse, Edward Clive, 1901-1997 Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

Edward Clive Rouse Wikidata

Rouse, E. Clive ISNI

Rouse, Edward Clive (British archaeologist, 1901-1997) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Rouse, E. Clive (Edward Clive), 1901- National Library of Australia

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The Anglo-Saxon Rood and other Features in the South Porch of St. Mary's Church, Breamore, Hampshire Wikidata
Beyond Sherington. By A. C. Chibnall. 25 × 18·5 cm. Pp. 268 + frontispiece + 12 maps. Chichester: Phillimore & Co., 1979. £12·00.--- Either ISSN or Journal title must be supplied Wikidata
Buckinghamshire Library of Congress/NACO
Cotswold Churches. By David Verey. 8¾ × 5½ Pp. 200 + 83 illus. London: B. T. Batsford Ltd., 1976. £5·50 Wikidata
The County of Oxford: a Catalogue of Medieval Stained Glass. By Peter A. Newton with the assistance of Jill Kerr. Being Volume i for Great Britain of the Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi. 31 × 24 cms. Pp. xxiv + 246 + 50 pls., 12 in colour + frontispiece Wikidata
Domestic Wall and Panel Paintings in Hertfordshire Wikidata
The Early Wall Paintings in Coombes Church, Sussex, and their Iconography Wikidata
The English Almshouse. By Walter H. Godfrey. 10×7. Pp. 96 + 48 pp. plates and 60 figures and plans in text. London; Faber & Faber, 1955. 36s Wikidata
English Churchyard Memorials by Frederick Burgess. London: Lutterworth Press, 1964. 326 pp., 32 pls., 65 figs. 50s Wikidata
English Wall Painting of the Fourteenth Century. By E. W. Tristram. Edited by Eileen Tristram, with a catalogue compiled in collaboration with Monica Bardswell. 10 × 7½. Pp. xii + 312, with 64 pages of plates. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1955. Wikidata
Les Maîtres de l'ancienne peinture Serbe. Par Svetozar Radojčić. 11×8. Pp. 135 + 59 figures in the text and 62 plates, 6 being in colour. Belgrade, 1955; being No. T. CCXXXVI and Monograph No. 3 of the Archaeological Institute of the Serbian Acad Wikidata
Medieval wall paintings National Library of the Netherlands RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Israel Sudoc [ABES], France
The old towns of England National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Israel
Les Peintures murales de la Hongrie du Moyen Âge. Par Denes Radocsay. 9½×6¾. Pp. 254 + 132 plates and a map. Budapest. 1954. $6.80 Wikidata
Svenska Kyrkomålningar från Medeltiden. By Bengt G. Söderberg. 11½ x 7. Pp. x + 283. 4 plates in colour, 164 plates in photogravure, and 62 plates in the text. Stockholm, 1951 Wikidata
A Third-Century Roman Cremation Burial at Fingest, Bucks Wikidata
The wall-paintings at Longthorpe Tower, near Peterborough, Northants Wikidata Sudoc [ABES], France
Wall Paintings in St. Andrew’s Church, Pickworth, Lincolnshire Wikidata
Wall Paintings in Stoke Orchard Church, Gloucestershire, with Particular Reference to the Cycle of the Life of St. James the Great Wikidata
Wall-Paintings in the Church of all Saints, Chalgrave, Beds Wikidata

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