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One of three photographs of a house in East Devonport built in the Gothic Revival architectural style. Gothic features of the house include the arched windows and steeped pitch of the roof. This photograph shows one of the gothic-style windows, which…

A photograph of domestic architecture in Unley Park, South Australia, featuring crenellation and false machiolation. Crenellation is an architectural feature that was commonly employed in the design of medieval castles and military structures. Cut…

One of four photographs of a castle-like building on the Midland Highway in Perth, Tasmania. This one shows domestic stained glass/leadlight beside the front door featuring an armoured knight on horseback. The knight has an early medieval style…

One of three photographs of a house in East Devonport built in the Gothic Revival architectural style. Gothic features of the house include the arched windows and steeped pitch of the roof. This photograph shows a boy, presumably Jack, climbing a…

One of three photographs of a house in East Devonport built in the Gothic Revival architectural style. Gothic features of the house include the arched windows and steeped pitch of the roof. Gothic architecture was the dominant style in much of Europe…

One of three photographs of domestic roof-top adornments in Lyttleton Street, East Launceston. This one features a cat. Situated on the edge of the roof over-looking the street, it is possible that the cat was in part inspired by the gargoyles that…

One of three photographs of domestic roof-top adornments in Lyttleton Street, East Launceston. The ornament on this roof creates a sea serpent effect, with its body coiling along the roof line and its head raised to look over the roof. Also known as…

One of three photographs of domestic roof-top adornments (although the house is now a medical practice) in Lyttleton Street, East Launceston. This one features one of the most popular and enduring images of the medieval period, the winged dragon.…