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Knapped flint, with the split (spaultered) dark sides of the flint facing outwards, built into finely jointed panels framed by freestone dressings resembling tracery, all the finished faces of flint and stone in the same plane.

Hart (2000)

Typical East Anglian flushwork of knapped flint with limestone dressings.

Subjects: Architecture — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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