Thorniley-Walker, J., ed. (2001). Stirling Castle. York: Council for British Archaeology.

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Stirling Castle
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the restoration of the Great Hall
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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130
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96
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RR130.pdf (32 MB) : Download
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A collection of articles which trace the history and changing architecture of the Great Hall, with a focus on the building's recent restoration, including:
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Jane Thorniley-Walker
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Richard Fawcett
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Council for British Archaeology
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2001
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1 902771 21 4
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Architecture (BIAB)
Medieval (BIAB)
Restoration (BIAB)
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15 Jan 2002

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Download available from the ADS icon Richard Fawcett
1 - 14
which outlines the development, history and structure of the Great Hall, before exploring the wider architectural context of the building
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Download available from the ADS icon Doreen Grove
23 - 33
is mostly historical. Documents periods of construction and alteration of various of the castle's buildings
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Download available from the ADS icon Iain MacIvor
34 - 38
reports on the history of the various attempts to restore the Great Hall, with a focus upon the most recent project
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Download available from the ADS icon Ingval Maxwell
39 - 58
features the initial processes of surveying and strengthening the surviving building. Also reports on the restoration of fireplaces and windows
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Download available from the ADS icon Peter Buchanan
59 - 69
reports on the reconstruction of a hammer-beam roof and of the wall head. Also mentions various finishing touches to the restoration of the building
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Download available from the ADS icon Gordon J Ewart
70 - 76
reviews the archaeological evidence discovered during various widely spaced seasons of excavation at the site
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Download available from the ADS icon Duncan Peet
77 - 90
reports on the efforts to record the various architectural features and stages of alteration which were revealed through an examination of the Great Hall
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