Author:John Henry Parker

John Henry Parker
(1806–1884)

English archaeologist and writer on architecture

John Henry Parker

WorksEdit

  • A Glossary of Terms used in Grecian, Roman, Italian, and Gothic Architecture (1836)
  • A companion to the Fourth edition of A glossary of terms used in Greek, Roman, Italian, and Gothic architecture (1841)
  • A Guide to the Architectural Antiquities in the Neighbourhood of Oxford (1842)
  • A concise glossary of terms used in Grecian, Roman, Italian and Gothic architecture (1846)
  • A Handbook for Visitors to Oxford (1847)
  • An Introduction to the Study of Gothic Architecture (1849)
  • Some Account of Domestic Architecture in England from the Conquest to the end of the Thirteenth Century (1851–1859), 3 vols with Thomas Hudson Turner
  • The Mediæval Architecture of Chester (1858)
  • Mosaic Pictures in Rome and Ravenna (1866)
  • The Architectural Antiquities of the City of Wells, Oxford (1866)
  • The Archæology of Rome (1874–1876)
  • A B C of Gothic Architecture (1881)

Articles in the Archaeological JournalEdit

Works about ParkerEdit

 

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