Rycote Chapel, Oxfordshire

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Mark Cartwright
by Peter Reed
published on 01 June 2020
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Rycote Chapel, Oxfordshire, England. The church was first built in the 15th century CE but its interior is typical of those built during the reign of Elizabeth I of England and the plain decoration shows the influence of the English Reformation.

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