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Monks and Lawyers in Chapter-house

Monks and Lawyers in Chapter-house.jpg Monumental Brass of Alderman Field and his Son, a.d. 1474ThumbnailsMonk in ScriptoriumMonumental Brass of Alderman Field and his Son, a.d. 1474ThumbnailsMonk in ScriptoriumMonumental Brass of Alderman Field and his Son, a.d. 1474ThumbnailsMonk in Scriptorium

The Chapter-house was always on the east side of the court. In establishments of secular canons it seems to have been always multi-sided[72] with a central pillar to support its groining, and a lofty, conical, lead-covered roof. In these instances it is placed in the open space eastward of the cloister, and is usually approached by a passage from the east side of the cloister court