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Dean's Eye Window - the reconstruction of a medieval rose window at Lincoln Cathedral

A paper describing the structural investigation of the 7.5m diameter Dean’s Eye rose window tracery in Lincoln Cathedral and its subsequent redesign and reconstruction. Geoff Clifton, BSc, CEng, FIStructE, FICE Chairman of Gifford Gary Willis, BEng, CEng, MIStructE Previously Associate of Gifford

Author(s): Clifton, Geoff;Willis, Gary

Keywords: lincoln cathedral, lincolnshire;cathedrals;windows;medieval;historic structures;preserving;reconstructing;design;masonry;stone