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Items matching manors taken from English Homes Period III Vol. I, Late Tudor & Early Stuart (1558‒1649) (1922) (results page 1)

manors: stately homes; the home of the local lord in Feudal times, hence the lord of the manor; often manorhouses have become large farmhouses today.
Synonyms: manor-house , stately home


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Cranborne Manor House: The Loggia
Stanton Court: The Centre of West Point
Stanton Court: The Centre of West Point
92.—Kirby Hall
117.—Mantelpiece in the Gallery
150.—Daneway House, Gloucestershire.
169.—Condover Hall, Shropshire
194.—The Parapet
195.—Condover Hall
Wollaton Hall From the North-East
261.—Knole, Kent.
262.—Knole, Kent.
311.—Avebury Manor, Wiltshire
312.—Avebury Manor, Wiltshire
335.—The Great Chamber, Looking North.
410.—Bolsover Castle, Derbyshire.
107.—Ground Plan [of Beaudesert]
108.—[Beadesert Hall] From the South-West.
173.—The South Front.
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