I would like to recommend a blog called Vitrearum's Church Art to you. This blog is run by Fr. Allan Barton, an Anglican priest of the Diocese of Lincoln. He has produced some beautiful pictures and explanations of English medieval Church art and architecture.
I have followed this blog for some time, and Fr. Barton is a member of my Use of Sarum e-mail group. Another source for English liturgical archaeology is the New Liturgical Movement. For example, a search for “hanging pyx” will bring up this fascinating article.
I am not sectarian, and appreciate post-Tridentine and baroque liturgical culture, but for me, nothing compares with our own English tradition as rediscovered and restored by great men like Sir Ninian Comper and Percy Dearmer.
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