Useful sources

  • Massing, Jean Michel and Zeeman, Nicolette (ed.) (2014), King's College Chapel 1515–2015. Art, Music and Religion in Cambridge, Harvey Miller Publishers
  • Clark, J.W. and James, M.R. (1896), The Will of King Henry the Sixth : now first printed in full from the original, in commemoration of the four hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of King's College Chapel, being the twenty-fifth of July, 1896, Cambridge : King's College
  • Clark, John Willis (1921) Old plans of Cambridge, 1574-1798 : by Richard Lyne, George Braun, John Hamond, Thomas Fuller, David Loggan and William Custance, Cambridge : Bowes & Bowes
  • English Mediaeval Architects: a Biographical Dictionary down to 1550. Compiled by John Harvey with contributions by Arthur Oswald, 1954. London: B. T. Batsford Ltd
  • Hewett, Cecil A. (1980), English Historical Carpentry, London : Phillimore
  • Mackenzie, Frederick (1840), Observations on the construction of the roof of King's College Chapel, Cambridge : with illustrative plans, sections, and details, from actual measurement, London : J. Weale
  • Saltmarsh, John, ‘King’s College’ in J.P. Roach (1959), A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, vol. III, pp. 376-407
  • Willis, Robert and Clark, John Willis (1886), The Architectural History of the University of Cambridge and of the Colleges of Cambridge and Eton, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
  • Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England (1958), An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the City of Cambridge. Part 1. London : Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.
  • Typescript 'King's College Chapel'. Parts 1-3. Delivered 1962-74. (JS/1/22/7).
  • 'King's College Chapel: A History & Commentary'. Copy 8. Parts 1 and 2. (JS/1/74)
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For more detailed accounts of the masons and carpenters involved in the building of the Chapel, please see Harvey and Oswald’s English Medieval Architects and John Saltmarsh’s unpublished writings in the Archive Centre at King’s College.

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