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List of CRSBI academic supporters now available on the website

Posted by James Cameron 6 months ago. 0 Comments.

The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture has recently attracted the backing and encouragement of many distinguished scholars of the medieval built environment.

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CSRBI is at the IMC in Leeds 2018!

Posted by James Cameron in Sticky 8 months ago. 0 Comments.


CRSBI’s at the International Medieval Congress at the University of Leeds (2-5 July)! The Corpus will contribute papers by six speakers in two academic sessions on 4 July. The Special Focus of this year’s Congress is Memory.

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CSRBI will be represented at the International Medieval Congress in Leeds again in the summer of 2018!

Posted by James Cameron 8 months ago. 0 Comments.

Font, St Peter, Coleshill, WarwickshireCRSBI is presenting at the International Medieval Congress at the University of Leeds (2-5 July)! The Corpus will contribute papers by six speakers in two academic sessions on 4 July. The Special Focus of this year’s Congress is Memory. CRSBI’s overall session title is:

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Use MyCRSBI - save site lists

Posted by Karen Impey 9 months, 2 weeks ago. 0 Comments.

Please try our MyCRSBI section where you can save searches and notes on site reports for your own reference. Only you will see the lists and comments saved to your MyCRSBI account. Click on MyCRSBI in the header menu.

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Website Redevelopment

Posted by James Cameron 9 months, 2 weeks ago. 0 Comments.

Regular users of our website will realise that our website has been completely redeveloped, thanks to the support of English Heritage and the technical expertise of the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College. The new website became available in early 2014. The changes not only solved the problems we had with 'missing' site reports from a technical glitch, but vastly improved our search capacity, giving users many more ways to find what they need. The update also made it easier for us to add site reports and photographs, so that the website can develop more quickly. We hope you have found these changes helpful. 

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