Gothic Architecture Banquet Hall

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“The Banqueting Hall at Haddon is a good type of the baronial halls in this century. The minstrels’ gallery, at the end opposite the daïs, is usually a feature; under the passage called the Screens, leading from the outer to the inner courtyard and giving access to the kitchen, pantry, and gallery.” —Bargield, 1914


Barfield, T. C. Longmans' Historical Illustrations England in the MIddle Ages (, : Longmans, Green, and Co., 1914)


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