Table of contents for Hampton Court : a social and architectural history / Simon Thurley.


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Chapter One
A House of the Knights Hospitallers
Chapter Two
Thomas Wolsey's Hampton Court.
Chapter Three
Henry VIII and the completion of the Tudor Palace.
Chapter Four.
The Later Tudors and the Palace of Pleasure.
Chapter Five
The Tudor Pleasure Grounds and the Locality
Chapter Six
Hampton Court and the Invention of a Tudor style. 
Chapter Seven
The Stuart Ancestral Seat: 1603 - 1640
Chapter Eight
The Lord Protector's Country House.
Chapter Nine
The Restoration: Hampton Court on the sidelines 1660-1688.
Chapter Ten
Hampton Court transformed. The reign of William and Mary
Chapter Eleven
 Queen Anne and the decline of the court
Chapter Twelve
The glory of Hampton Court: The Gardens 1603-1714
Chapter Thirteen
 Royal Rivalry, The Hampton Court of George I.
Chapter Fourteen: 
Apogee: George II.
Chapter Fifteen:
Antiquarians and Architecture: The Palace Buildings 1760-1914.
Chapter Sixteen
 Lodging the Court 1700-1737 and Grace and Favour 1760-1914
Chapter Seventeen
The Parks and Gardens 1714 to 1914
Chapter Eighteen
The Twentieth Century
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Hampton Court (Richmond upon Thames, London, England) History, Richmond upon Thames (London, England) Social life and customs, Architecture England London, Palaces England London