The Window Glass of the Order of St Gilbert of Sempringham: A York-Based Study
By C. Pamela Graves
The excavation of St. Andrew, Fishergate, uncovered the largest quantity of window glass from any house of the Gilbertine monastic order. Research on this glass has provided scholars with an accurate assessment of the two main periods of glazing, an evaluation of the changing styles, and the social and economic context of their production.
- 249 pages; paperback
- Published in 2000 by the Council for British Archaeology