Nottinghamshire, by Clare Hartwell, Nikolaus Pevsner and Elizabeth Williamson

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Martine Hamilton Knight PhotographyThe western front of Thurgarton Priory, which was an Augustinian house founded between 1119 and 1139 before the abolition of the monasteries. "The broken western front and the neat Georgian house next to it create an unforgettable scene," says the new Pevsner Architectural Guide Nottinghamshire. This is one of many photos that Martin Hamilton Knight took especially for the book This Easter tomb, "the richest and most lavish in the county," to the right of the Founder's tomb in the choir at All Saints, Hawton, is re-described as one of Nottinghamshire's most exciting pieces of architecture Nottinghamshire Volume in the Buildings of England series of Pevsner Guides by Clare Hartwell, Nikolause Pevsner and Elizabeth Williamson (Yale, £ 45 (£ 40.50);; 978-0-300-24783-1)

Another photo of those Martine Hamilton Knight captured specifically for the book is in the gallery

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