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The Secret Language of Sacred Spaces


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Jon Cannon has worked for the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England and for English Heritage. In 2001 he was shortlisted for the David Watt Memorial Prize. He was the presenter of the BBC TV series How to Build a Cathedral, and his book Cathedral: The Great English Cathedrals and the World that Made Them was published to great acclaim.


..".the superb, full-color photographs are interspersed with carefully designed 'decoder' special features that reveal to the reader the meaning of a building or one of its decorative elements as it was intended by its creator and understood by its original audience. A stunning reference book..."
- Creations Magazine (December/January 2014)

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