Reading the (Exterior) Walls of the Parish Church of the Nativity of our of Lara de los Infantes
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Our preliminary work consisted of an archaeological study of the church, taking photographs, and gathering data in situ for subsequent analysis. A set of sketches of the walls were generated from the photographs using a computer program. These works are completely manual and have a clear archaeological orientation and value. Whenever unable to make sketches, the relevant photographs are shown. Likewise, two plans of the church are presented, one of which, we understand, might show the appearance of the Romanesque construction and another of the church in its current state that marks out the different constructive stages.
Is part ofImago temporis: medium Aevum, 2020, núm. 14, p. 383-414
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